Black cassette tape with white and pink label. Handwritten information appears on both sides of cassette tape. Side 1 of cassette tape has handwritten information reading, [THE Last PoEts & M.P.C. At/AubuRn CoRRECtional Facility/#2/4-29-78]. Side 2 of cassette tape has handwritten information reading, [PoEts & M.P.C.].
Postcard, color photograph of Jalal M. Nuriddin, and Suliaman El-Hadi, both of the Last Poets. Nuriddin pictured on the left, with El-Hadi on the right. Nuriddin is wearing a black and white patterned hat with a predominantly red, white, and blue jacket with a vertical zipper down the entire front. A swooping pattern of red, white, and brown designs goes from shoulder to should, and swoops lower in the middle. Jacket has red and light blue arrow like designs around the neck. El-Hadi is wearing a multi-colored hat similar in style to Nuriddin's, with vertical stripes all different colors around the perimeter of the hat. El-Hadi is also wearing a black and white knit cardigan, with a deep V-neck and gold buttons. Underneath the cardigan he is wearing a blue turtleneck. Both gentlemen are looking at the viewer with their hands behind them. Blank white reverse.
Tan poster with blue type advertising a performance by The Last Poets, in addition to The Third World Connection, The 35th Street Gang, and special guest speaker Hajj Muhammad. The performance is advertised as taking place at the Norfolk Scope Exhibition Hall. The poster include a collage of instruments, people, and other illustrations.
The Last Poets is the debut spoke word album by The Last Poets, released in 1970. The vinyl record (a) features a black label with white type. The album sleeve (b) features a large photograph of the group standing on a New York City sidewalk set against a blue background. At the top is [THE LAST POETS] in blue type against a yellow background.