An edition of Playbill Magazine for the production of "for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf". The cover has a white background with yellow box at top; the illustration below depicts an African American woman wearing a yellow kerchief on her head and a yellow top. Behind the woman is a white tile wall with rainbow-colored writing reading [For/Colored/Girls/who have/Considered/Suicide/When/The/Rain-bow/is/Enuf]. Black type in yellow box at top reads, [PLAYBILL/THE BOOTH THEATRE] White sticker with image of a red elephant and [50¢] on back on back, handwritten [1977/B].
An Alpha Kappa Alpha metal logo with a small metal loop attached to the top. The gold, circular pendant has a gavel embossed at the top. Text underneath the gavel reads “P I N / Personal Involvement Now.”
Small booklet titled Five Poems written by Alice Walker. The booklet is Broadside No. 60 of the broadside series published by Broadside Press. The booklet is printed in purple ink on white paper. The inside of the booklet contains three poems. The five poems included in the booklet are Revolutionary Petunias, J, My Good Friend (Another Foolish Innocent) and Lost My Voice? Of Course. / for Beanie*. The back cover contains two poems. These poems are He Said Come and The Girl Who Died #1. Also printed on the back is the copyright information and the publisher’s address. The poem was published by Broadside press as Broadside No. 60.
An Alpha Kappa Alpha metal logo with a small metal loop attached to the top. The rectangular pendant has brass ivy vines over a yellowish background. At the top of the pendant is “SORORITY.” At the center of the pendant is “A K A” embossed vertically.
An Alpha Kappa Alpha metal logo with a small metal loop attached to the top. The pendant is a small circle that has a compass rose at center that divides the pendant’s face into four sections. The left section has a hand holding a diploma, the top section has a scale, the right section has a hand holding a gavel and the bottom section has a domed building.