A postcard advertising the Million Man March Anniversary.
The image shows a crowd in front of the Capitol building and extending all the way down the mall towards the Washington Monument. On the proper right side of the postcard there is a black and white drawing of a raised fist. The drawing is mostly black with white lines. There is a white ribbon wrapped around the arm. There is text on the ribbon reading [BLACK/LIVES/MATTER]. "Black" is in red, "lives" is in black, and "matter" is in green. To the proper left of the fist there is a white area with text on it. It reads [Million Man March} in black with a red outline. Below it reads [10 / 10 / 15] in black with a green outline. However, the "1's" are actually the raised fist image.
The back of the postcard is white. The left side has three black lines where the return address would god. Below it reads [List of Unarmed Killed] in black, white a list of names, states, and dates following it. Names include Trayvon Martin, Tamir Rice, and Freddie Grey. On the right side in the top corner there is a black outline of a box for a stamp. There are three black lines below for the address. Below the lines it reads [Black on Black/Must Stop!/www.ucitp.com] in black. "Must Stop!" is in red.
This protest poster calls for solidarity and an end to police brutality. The placard consists of yellow paper stapled to several pieces of paper and poster boards. Newspaper clippings are glued on top of the yellow paper and read [Ferguson], [Fight for system change!], [Michael Brown], [capitalism], [police brutality], ['We know who is to blame']. Pictures of Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin are also glued to the paper. The word [SOLIDARITY] is handwritten on a peice of white paper that is glued at the bottom of the poster.