A white pin back button with a black and white image of Malcolm X. Malcolm X is seen from the shoulders up and is looking to the right of the pin. He is wearing a suit, tie, and shirt. Around the image, in an arc, is black text that includes the date of the event. The text reads: [ORGANIZATION OF AFRO-AMERICAN UNITY, INC. / MAY 19 / MALCOLM-X DAY]. On the reverse are two small, round stickers with the numbers  and . The back of the button has a metal fastener and clasp.
Organization of Afro-American Unity Inc. leaflet. A single sheet of paper appears to have been originally folded in half, forming four (4) pages. The OAAU Seal, a graphic of four (4) overlapping circles with the numbers  and  and Arabic text underneath, is featured at the top of the first page. Black text on the page reads ["FROM DARKNESS / TO LIGHT" / OAUU, Inc. Seal / ORGANIZSATION / OF AFRO-AMERICAN UNITY / INC. / AIMS & OBJECTIVES]. The leaflet features photographic portraits of Malcolm X and his sister Ella Collins, following by a list of ten (10) "Aims & Objectives" of the organization."
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture