A copy of Black Rock Coalition's (BRC) Ravers magazine, Winter 1994. The title reads "RAVERS/ THE BLACK ROCK COALITION ARTS MAGAZINE" in different fonts, centered at top, with the words "Winter 1994" below to the left and "Volume 1 Number 2" below to the right. The main image of the unfolded front page is a woman wearing a black floor-length skirt, a bandeau across the breast, and an asymmetrical vest, with her hands raised behind her head and her eyes closed, on a solid background. The caption reads "MOTHER'S FINEST/ GET SET V.O.P. / RUN-DMC/ KELVYN BELL/ PATRA/ TERRI & MONICA" on the left, and "BEATNIK NOUVEAU/ ME'SHELL NDEGEOCELLO/ (N-DAY-GAY-O-CHELLO)" underneath, centered. The interior pages are off-white with black type and black-and-white images. Back cover has a large ad for BRC, reading "SUPPORT THE BLACK ROCK COALITION" at the top with a BRC logo underneath, with the words "TO BECOME A MEMBER SEND YOUR/ NAME AND ADDRES TO THE BLACK/ ROCK COALITION, P.O. BOX 1054,/ COOPER STATION, NEW YORK, NY/ 10276."
A custom made Mapex Black Panther 14-inch snare drum played by Will Calhoun in performances with the band Living Colour. The shell is highly polished silver colored metal with an overlay of etched steel featuring bands of Egyptian art designs of human figures in profile and hieroglyphs. The drum has a silver metal rim and ten silver metal lugs for the drum heads on the top and bottom. Between two sets of lugs is a metal mount to attach the drum to a drum stand. On the opposite side of the drum is another silver metal piece of hardware that holds the snare tight across the bottom of the drum. There is a black and gold oval plaque to the proper left of the drum mount which reads [PRECIOUS METAL series / S00417 CHINA]. On the opposite side of the drum is another black and gold plaque with the Black Panther logo. The drumhead is a Remo Weatherking Coated Ambassador made of coated mylar film. The underside of the drum is a Remo Weatherking Ambassador drumhead made of clear mylar film, it also features the Black Panther logo at the top edge of the drumhead. The metallic snare is stretched across the bottom of the drum and attached via plastic tabs to the adjustable metal hardware on the sides of the drum.