A color photograph of a Chicago police officer confronting a mob at a gas station. The officer, in his blue uniform with his billy club raised, is confronting a man with no shirt. next to him a man in black shirt flinching away from the billy club. The rest of the mob is breaking up and leaving the scene. At the extreme right is a Confederate flag.
A t-shirt featuring a graphic on the front that reads "Black / Lives / Matter / In America 2014" over the image of a bullet hole in glass. The back displays several slogans associated with the Black Lives Matter movement: "BlackLivesMatter / In America," "I / CAN'T / BREATHE," "HANDS / UP, DON'T / SHOOT," and "No / Justice / No / Peace." The "Hands up, don't shoot" lettering makes up the torso of a silhouetted figure with hands in the air. Beneath the slogans are the names of African Americans who were killed while unarmed: "MICHAEL BROWN / ERIC GARNER / TAMIR RICE / AKAI GURLEY / TRAYVON MARTIN / AND OTHERS..."
The top center of the newspaper reads [The Final Call] in a bold, black, fancy font. There is a color drawing of a trumpet on the proper right side with lines coming out of it. To the left of the words there are symbols for Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Above the title there is a box with text. It reads ['ALL ROADS LEAD TO WASHINGTON'/An invitation to join the Justice Or Else! Gathering. Oct. 10, 2015/By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan- Page 20], with a color photo of Louis Farrkhan on the proper right.
Under "The Final Call" three websites are listed. Below the websites it reads [SPECIAL EDITION OCTOBER 10, 2015 U.S. $2.00]. Below that there is a black line with the text [JUSTICEORELSE.COM 10.10.15 JUSTICE...OR ELSE!] in white, with the date in the center in yellow.
Below it there is a collage of photos in color. The photos show groups of people marching and holding signs that include slogans such as "Black Lives Matter" and "Justice for Black, Brown, Red & Poor!", as well as some in Spanish. In the center there is a black and white "Justice...or Else!" logo.
The logo has the shape of the U.S. Capitol building at the top. There is a line drawing of the Capitol in white. Below it there is a white rectangle. Inside it reads [JUSTICE.../OR/ELSE!] in white. There is a line between "Justice" and "Else" and the "Or" is in the center inside of a square. The "!" makes up a part of the rectangle that is around the words.
Below the rectangle it reads [20th ANNIVERSARY/THE MILLION MAN MARCH] in white.
The back of the newspaper features ads for Louis Farrakhan interview DVDs and ads for merchandise from the march.