A copy of Ramparts magazine, volume 9, number 4 from October 1970. The front cover of the magazine features a full page, color image of Felipe Luciano. He is featured looking to the left, wearing a beret with a button promoting the Young Lords Party. In the upper right corner of the image there is white text that reads: ["The Young Lords, / once a street gang, / have become the most / potent revolutionary / organization of / Puerto Rico youth / in the U.S."] Above the image is the mast head of the publication with text in blue, black, and red that reads: [October 1970 / How Harvard, Berkeley et al Set Up the Indonesian Massacre / Civil War in Ireland?; Middle Earth Art; $4 Woodstock.75¢ / Ramparts]. The interior of the magazine has black type on white paper and contains sixty-four pages.
photographic gelatin and silver on photographic paper
H x W (Image and sheet): 5 x 7 in. (12.7 x 17.8 cm)
gelatin silver prints
A black-and-white photograph of The Last Poets. The image features from left to right, Gylan Kain, Felipe Luciano, and David Nelson. Kain is pictured seated, in profile, wearing a light colored shirt. Luciano is pictured standing, center, in a dark-colored turtleneck with his proper right fist raised in a black power gesture. Nelson is pictured standing, in profile, wearing a leather jacket.
On the verso is a stamped inscription reading [ "RIGHT ON!" / A FILM BY HERBERT DANSKA / WRITTEN BY AND STARRING / KAIN | DAVID NELSON | FELIPE LUCIANO / A WOODIE KING JR. PRODUCTION / A LEACOCK PENNEBAKER RELEASE / cable: FILMAKERS, U.S.A.].
A black and white photograph of the Young Lords Rally at Tompkins Square Park in 1969. On stage from left to right are Georgie Garcia, Herman Flores, Felipe Luciano, Gabriel Torres, Unknown, Pablo “Yoruba” Guzmán, and Georgie Lemus. Unknown, Tony Rosa, Carlos Aponte, and Jose “Pi” Diaz stand from left to right in front of the stage. A large group of unidentified men and women sit in chairs below the stage. A Puerto Rican flag can be seen behind the stage.