This black-and-white photograph depicts two men holding paintings of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Malcolm X. The man in the foreground carries a painted portrait of Malcolm X, in a suit and glasses. Grasping the portrait in both hands, the man peers out from behind the painting. He wears an open jacket with a white shirt that reads partially "[...] DC, Oct. 16, 1995." The man behind him is obscured by the portrait he carries of Martin Luther King Jr. In it, Dr. King is featured in the center, weeping. The portrait corners depict small vignettes of African American men in prison jumpsuits and being the object of racial discrimination.