A white, round, pin back button promoting the liberation of Carlos Feliciano. The top half of the button has a small black and white image of Carlos Feliciano. To the left of Feliciano is the Lares flag of 1868. On the right is the flag of Puerto Rico. Below, in the lower half of the pin, is a green silhouette of Puerto Rico. Within the silhouette, near the top, is black text that reads: [FREE PUERTO RICO NOW]. At the top and bottom is black text that reads: [FREE CARLOS FELICIANO / LIBERTAD PARA CARLOS FELICIANO]. On the bottom edge is a manufacturer's mark in black. The back has a pin without a clasp.
A copy of Palante newspaper, volume 3, number 8. The front cover has an orange background with a black and white photograph at its center. The photograph features protestors holding a large banner in the background with hand-painted text in black. The text is in Spanish and reads: [LIBeRTAD PaRa / CaRLOS FeLiCiAnO]. In front of the protestors is a Puerto Rican flag. Above and below the image is black, printed type that reads: [FREE / CARLOS FELICIANO / VOTE IN THE STREETS / MAY 16]. At the top of front is the masthead, outlined in black, with black type that reads: [PALANTE / 25 / cents / LATIN REVOLUTIONARY NEWS SERVICE / YOUNG LORDS PARTY]. The masthead features a silhouette of the Young Lords Party logo on the right side. The logo includes type that reads: [TENGO PUERTO RICO / EN MI / CORAZON / YLP]. The bottom of the front is a rectangle listing the volume and number and featured article titles. The interior consists of twenty-three pages in English and Spanish.