This flyer announces a demonstration in Washington, DC for African Liberation Day. The flyer is white with black text and features two photographs of workers and soldiers. The title reads: [A Black Beginning / African Liberation Day / A Common Black Struggle]. The back of the flyer is mostly blank except for a handwritten date: [April 1972].
This flyer advertises a donation drive to support African Freedom Fighters to students and faculty at Brooklyn College. The flyer is yellow with black text and features an illustration of a figure standing with a book held aloft in his raised proper right hand and a rifle in the other hand. The top of the flyer reads: [SUPPORT AFRICAN FREEDOM FIGHTERS]. Large block letters in the center of the flyer read: [MATERIAL / AID WEEK]. Text inside of a box below the illustration reads: [AFRICAN LIBERATION DAY / MAY 28, Washington, D.C. / JOIN THE / SOWETO / CONTINGENT / Join the Soweto Contingent of youth and / students for the African Liberation Day / March on May 28th in Washington, D.C. / BUS TICKETS AVAILABLE - 284-2514]. The back of the flyer discusses union elections of the United Workers Organization.