A black-and-white photograph of a Black Panther rally in San Francisco, California. At the center of the photograph is a man wearing a hat speaking into a microphone on a stand. All around him are young women, young men and children who are clapping and chanting. Many members of the crowd hold posters or placards. Four (4) of the placards (one of which is barely visible) feature an image of Huey Newton seated in a large wicker chair, holding a gun in his right hand and a spear in his left. One (1) placard features an image of Bobby Seale. Two other placards have handwritten slogans. The sign in the upper center of the photograph reads [FREE _ALL_/ POLITICAL/ PRISONERS/ RighT On!] and the sign at the proper right of the photograph reads [A BLACK MAN/ CAN'T GET A FAIR/ [illegible] AMERIKKKA]. Most of the people in the photograph are looking out of frame to the proper right.
This brown tone print depicts a person wearing a white button with "FREE HUEY" text. The man wears a brownish grey jacket over a stripe shirt and grey pants with a hole in the right knee. The muzzle of a weapon rises above his right shoulder. Tears fall from his right eye, and he holds a cap, possibly a beret, in his hands. He stands in front of a tall container full of garbage. Garbage is scattered on the ground at his feet. There is a window visible behind the container. At the bottom left corner is the artist's signature "Emory [illegible]." In the margin below the image are two blocks of text and an image of a black panther. The text on the bottom right reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
This print depicts a woman carrying a spear in her left hand and another weapon on her back, the muzzle of which rises above her left shoulder. She wears a mottled green and mauve shirt with an orange scarf around her neck, and large oval earrings. Pink and brown lines radiate from her. In the top right corner is text that reads "Afro-American solidarity/ with the oppressed/ People of the world." In the bottom right corner is the artist signature "Emory '69." In the margin below the image are two blocks of text and in the center is an image of a black panther. On the bottom right the text reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
This print depicts a man wearing a beret holding aloft an automatic rifle. He holds the weapon in his right hand, the sleeve of his right arm rolled up above the elbow. His mouth is open and his eyes are red. Grey and blue lines radiate from the figure. In the bottom left corner is text that reads "Only on the bones/ of the oppressors/ can the people's/ freedom be founded-/only the blood of the/ oppressors can fertilize/ the soil for the people's/ self-rule." By the figure's left should is the artist's signature "Emory '69." In the margin under the image are two blocks of text, and an image of a black panther in the center. On the bottom right the text reads "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." On the bottom left the text reads "Revolutionary art by/ Minister of Culture/ EMORY."
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) Wanted poster depicting four mug shot photos of the Black Panther leader, Eldridge Cleaver. Text at the top reads: [Wanted / By The / FBI / Interstate Flight - Assault With Intent To Commit Murder / Leroy Eldridge Cleaver / FBI No. 214,830 B]. The back of the poster is blank.
A flyer for a benefit hosted by the African-American Resource Machine advertising a presentation by Eldridge Cleaver. The flyer is mostly off-white with a black silhouette of a man dominating the center left side of the flyer. The top and bottom of the flyer have thick black bands with the name [ELDRIDGE] and [CLEAVER] writing in negative space, off-white text. There is a small red design in the black band in the top right corner. Printed vertically and along the right edge, and horizontally along the bottom edge, is repeating black text that reads [African-American Resource Machine]. Next to the silhouette, at the center right, is the benefit information printed in black text that reads [Saturday, / April 14 / Artist's Television Access 2pm / 992 Valencia St. / San Francisco / 824-3890 / BENEFIT: A A R M]. The ticket price is printed in black vertical text next to Cleaver’s last name, [$18]. There is a quote by Cleaver printed in negative space, off-white text over the shoulders of the silhouetted figure that reads: “The system is evil. It is criminal; it is / murderous. And it is in control. It is in / power. It is arrogant. It is crazy. And / it looks upon the people as its proper- / ty. So much so that cops, who are pub- / lic servants, feel justified in going onto / a school campus, and spraying Mace in / the faces of the people.” The back of the flyer is blank with two handwritten pencil inscriptions in the top left corner.
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.