A poem printed in black ink on goldenrod colored paper. In black text at the top of the page is the title and the author’s name. Below the title in the upper right corner are two quotes by Dudley Randall and Don L. Lee. In the center of the page is the poem. The poem begins “The one hand is your language. The other hand is your art...” At the bottom of the page at center is the copyright and publisher information. The back of the page is inscribed with numbers.
Poem printed in black ink on light-blue paper titled Backlash Blues by Langston Hughes. Surrounding the text on the page is a narrow black border. Under the poem is the copyright and publisher address. The poem was published by Broadside press as Broadside No. 13.
Poem printed in black ink on off-white paper titled A Poem for Black Hearts written by LeRoi Jones. The poem is printed within a narrow black border. It begins with “For Malcolm’s eyes, when they broke the face of some dumb white man…” Along the bottom, inside the border is the copyright and the publisher’s address. “60-“and “14685” is written on the back. The poem was published by Broadside press as Broadside No. 7.