A color photograph of the San Francisco 49ers sideline during the singing of the national anthem. Colin Kaepernick at center is down on knee with left elbow resting on left knee. Eric Reid, out of uniform, is to his right with brace on his right hand. Nate Boyer, on Kaepernick's left, wears dark patriotic shirt with jeans and holds hand over heart. The scene is in Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, California, as the Chargers' fans and logos are visible within the stadium. Signed at bottom right partly over image of Kaepernick: [Coli / Kap / 7]. Repeating watermark on back of photograph reads [MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC].
A photocopy broadside advertisement for a poetry event. Comprised of black ink on white paper. In the upper proper left is a drawing of a man with a beard wearing a hat, sunglasses and a shirt and tie. Next to the image is text that reads [THE / BLACK / HOUSE / PRESENTS / BROTHER LeRoi Jones / READING / REVOLUTIONARY / POETRY / BROTHER WILLIE DALE / SINGING REVOLUTIONARY SONGS / PLUS / THE BLACK MUSICIANS / A BENEFIT TO / GET THE / BLACK HOUSE / OUT OF JAIL / FRIDAY APRIL 28TH].
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."
A handbill announcing a Mass Memorial for Martin Luther King, Jr. The announcement features images of Martin Luther King, Jr and Huey P. Newton at the top. Text below gives information about the event and demands made by the activist group.