Square pin-back button featuring a black and white image of the Smithsonian Arts and Industries building. To the left of the black and white photograph is red type that reads, [THE/NATIONAL/AFRICAN/AMERICAN/MUSEUM/Is coming…]. Border of button's back has red type on all sides that reads, [DESIGNED AS THE NATION'S FIRST/MUSEUM, THE NATIONAL MUSEUM/COMPLETED 1881, RENAMED ARTS/AND INDUSTRIES BUILDING 1916].
Round pin-back button featuring a graphic of stylized African dancers dancing next to a drummer. Button has black type above and below graphic that reads, [HAPPY KWANZAA/UMOJA/KUJICHAGULIA/UJIMA/UJAMAA/NIA/KUUMBA/IMANI].
Square pin-back button featuring the silhouette of a man and woman's head. Between the two heads is a candle holder with seven candles and two small brown cups. The cup near the woman's head has black type that reads, [DEC 26]. The cup near the man's head reads, [JAN 1]. Green and black type surrounds imagery on all four sides. Type reads, [NGUZO SABA/THE 7 PRINCIPLES OF/KWANZAA/UJIMA/COLL. WORK/RESP/UJAMAA/COOP. ECO./NIA/PURPOSE/KUUMBA/CREATIVITY/IMANI/FAITH/UMOJA/UNITY/KUJICHAGULLA/SELF-DETERMINATION].