A pamphlet of black print on yellowed paper. The front cover lists publication information and a list of the articles. The interior consists of thirty-two pages of text and photographs. The back of the pamphlet has an article titled [Solidarity Between Black and White Workers] and a photograph.
A poster used by the Lowndes County Freedom Organization. The black-and-white poster has a centrally depicted graphic of a crouching, snarling black panther. Printed above and below the graphic is black, block text that reads, [MOVE ON OVER / OR / WE’LL MOVE / ON OVER YOU]. There is an inscription in pencil on the back of the poster.
A pamphlet with black print on green paper. On the center of the front cover there is a black and white photograph of workers in a confrontation with a police officer with following caption, "Negro workers in struggle with police in U.S.A." The interior consists of thirty-two pages of text and photographs. The back cover features a drawing of a man breaking a chain over a globe.