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 trifold pamphlet made of black print on yellowed paper. The cover has large black text that reads: [Fight Racism- / Overturn the Bakke Decision!]. Below the text is a drawing of people protesting. The interior contains text describing the details of the Bakke court case. The back of the pamphlet information on how to join the National Committee to Overturn the Bakke Decision.
The oral history consists of eleven digital files: 2011.174.88.1a, 2011.174.88.1b, 2011.174.88.1c, 2011.174.88.1d, 2011.174.88.1e, 2011.174.88.1f, 2011.174.88.1g, 2011.174.88.1h, 2011.174.88.1i, 2011.174.88.1j, and 2011.174.88.1k.
Basketball player William "Bill" Russell remembers his childhood in Louisiana and Oakland, California, in the 1940s. After winning two Final Fours with the University of San Francisco, he won an Olympic gold medal and an NBA championship playing for the Boston Celtics, one of thirteen Russell would win, including eight in a row. Russell had a difficult relationship with the sports media in Boston, but a better one with his Celtics teammates. He defends the organization as progressive on racial matters (as opposed to the Red Sox) and describes a post-retirement reconciliation with Boston that resulted in considerable Red Sox support for his mentoring organization and a statue of him, erected in 2013.