This poster advertises a memorial for Dr. Martin Luther King. On an off-white background is black text that reads "Mass Memorial/ Noon-Monday Apr 8/ Federal Building/ Golden Gate at Polk St./ We the people honor/ MARTIN/ LUTHER/ KING/ All black political leaders/ must be set free/ now/ Peace & Freedom Movement."
A black-and-white poster with a non-glossy surface. The poster features a black-and-white photograph of Marlon Riggs. Riggs stands in the foreground looking at the camera, wearing a leather vest with nothing underneath, a necklace, and a fedora with bow on bottom of its proper left crown standing. Two men stand behind Riggs and hug with their faces looking towards the camera. They are all in front of a white background with graffiti on it. The graffiti designs include: stick figures holding hands a sun, text that reads [Brothers], etc. Text above the photograph in white and white-outlined type reads: [MARLON RIGGS / IN PERSON!]. Text in white type, below the photograph, reads: [TUE - WED, NOV 5-6]. Underneath, in a solid white line bordered box, in two columns, white type text reads: left column [Tuesday / TONGUES UNTIED and ANTHEM / TUES at 6:30 and 9:45 / ETHNIC NOTIONS, LONG TRAIN RUNNING and AFFIRMATIONS / TUES at 7:40 / Marlon Riggs will speak from 9:10 until 9:45]; right column [Wednesday / COLOR ADJUSTMENT In Marlon Riggs' brand new film viewers will see the familiar - primetime TV - with new insight, and will examine how network entertainment has shaped, mirrored and sometimes distorted the social reality of black/white relations since the civil rights movement. Color. 90 mins. 1991 / WED at 1:00, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00 and 9:30 / Marlon Riggs will speak between 8:30 and 9:30]. Along bottom center is the Roxie Cinema logo, which reads: [ROXIE CINEMA / 3117 16th (at Valencia) 863-1087] in white type, with horizontal white lines running on top of the text Roxie Cinema. The back of the poster is white and mostly blank. There is a small inscription written in bottom left corner in pencil that reads: .
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) wanted poster for Angela Yvonne Davis. The poster features two pictures of Davis as well as descriptive information about her physical features. The poster also details information about why she is wanted by the FBI. The back of the poster has a list of addresses and telephone numbers of the FBI special agents who should be contacted with any information.