This is a paperback volume of poetry titled "New York Head Shop and Museum" by Audre Lorde. The cover is black, with bright orange letters that read "the /NEW/ YORK/ HEAD/ SHOP/ and/ MUSEUM." To the right of the title are the words "by/ Audre/ Lorde." In the bottom right corner are the words "Broadside Press $3.50."
Poster from the 2017 Women’s March on Washington. One side of the black poster has [END [blue] THE [orange] / SCHOOL [purple] / TO [brown] / PRISON [red] / PIPELINE [green, yellow, and metallic]] in various colors. On the center right is a white sticker with black text for [LESS LOCKS / MORE KEYS] and a graphic of keys. The other side has white and metallic text on a black background which reads [Revolution / is not a one / time event / -AUDRE LORDE]. There is clear tape over a central crease.
A black and white photograph of Audre Lorde. She is featured standing, facing the camera with her hands in her pockets. The back of the photograph has caption information at center and the number  in the top left corner.
A color photographic slide depicting author and activist Audre Lorde speaking at the first Third World Gay Conference in Washington, DC. Lorde stands at a podium speaking into a microphone. She is only visible from the chest up and her head is wrapped in a blue and green head wrap. She also wears a black, brown and orange garment with gold embroidery along the neckline. The front of the white encasement that houses the slide film is inscribed with [NOV 79 R3] and [MADE IN U.S.A.]. The back of the encasement reads [Ektachrome SLIDE] and [PROCESSED BY Kodak].