This is a black-and-white photograph of a middle aged man seated on a concrete wall by a body of water. He is wearing a flat topped cap and shirtsleeves. Around his neck is a black camera case and a homemade sign that reads "INDICT / FUHRMAN / FOR PERJURY!" He gazes directly at the viewer with a half-smile. Part of another man's shoulder, arm and leg is visible to his right. Behind him is another man, seated, with his back to the viewer, his head turned slightly left. He wears sunglasses and a porkpie hat.
This black-and-white photograph depicts two men holding a long white banner. Written in black text it reads "AFRIKAN HOLOCAUST / 400 YRS AND STILL / IN PROGRESS." The word STILL is underlined. There is also a hand drawn picture of the African continent bleeding. The figure on the left wears a beret, dark shirt, sunglasses and combat boots. He carries a small flag in his left hand and a large white flag with writing in his right. He looks directly at the viewer. The other figure wears a baseball cap and sweatshirt, and looks to his left. The strap of a bag is visible over his left shoulder. Behind them is a milling crowd of men with the Washington Monument in the background.