A paperback booklet printed in black ink on white paper. The front cover is a black-and-white photograph of a person's bare right muddy foot. At the top of the front cover is the text in white print [All proceeds to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference $1] and at the bottom is the title in bold white print [This Was Resurrection City.] The back cover is a black-and-white photograph of the legs of two people, one wearing jeans, striding barefoot through mud. The booklet is 20 pages long, containing 28 photographs of men, women and children living, working, eating and playing within Resurrection City, interspersed with poetic text.
The May 15, 1968 edition of Soul Force, the official journal of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. The cover reads [POOR FOLKS' CAMPAIGN HITS D.C. / YOU CAN HELP / "TO MAKE THIS DREAM A REALITY"] and features an illustration by Henry Brownlee of the faces of five individuals. Stories include "Mule Train Moves Out," about travel to Washington, D.C.; "Poor People's University," about a curriculum developed for college students joining the campaign to educate on issues of poverty; and "Campaña De Los Pobres Proposito," a Spanish-language piece on goals and grievances that the Chicano movement seeks to achieve and address through participation in the Poor People's Campaign. Eight numbered pages.