The oral history consists of nine digital files: 2011.174.29.1a, 2011.174.29.1b, 2011.174.29.1c, 2011.174.29.1d, 2011.174.29.1e, 2011.174.29.1f, 2011.174.29.1g, 2011.174.29.1h, and 2011.174.29.1i.
Evans Hopkins recalls growing up in Danville, Virginia, and participating in efforts to desegregate public schools and the library. He remembers joining the Black Panther Party in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Oakland, California, and working on Bobby Seale's campaign for Mayor of Oakland. He also discusses his imprisonment for car theft and the high rate of incarceration among African American men.
The illustration on this poster depicts a young man selling newspapers. He wears an orange shirt with the sleeves rolled up, and a bandolier across his chest. The muzzle of a weapon is visible over his right shoulder. He holds a folded copy in his left hand and an unfolded copy in his right. The title of the publication reads "The Black Panther/ Black Community News Service/ the Black Panther Party." Next to the title is an image of a man, shown from the neck up, wearing a beret. The image and title are outlined in a heavy black rectangle at the top of the publication. The unfolded news sheet has text in large black letters across the page that read "ALL/ POWER/TO THE/ PEOPLE." In the center margin below the image is a black panther. In the bottom right corner of the margin is text that reads: "Ministry of Information/ Box 2967, Custom House/ San Francisco, CA 94126." In the bottom left corner there is text that reads: "Revolutionary art by / Minister of Culture/ EMORY."