H x W x D: 6 1/8 x 12 1/8 x 1/16 in. (15.6 x 30.8 x 0.2 cm)
A white license plate with black text. On the left is an illustration of George Wallace with a black and white photograph of his head superimposed on a cartoon body. Wallace is seen holding a yellow, white, and black picket sign with a cartoon image of Richard Nixon. In the lower right corner is a yellow school bus with children seated inside. In between the two images is black text that reads: [STOP busing / our / children].
A green pamphlet with black and white lettering on the lower half of document that reads: [The National Black Political Agenda]. To the right of the lettering there is a circular red logo with black lettering lower half on right. The chairman and three co-chairs are listed below the title in black type. The back cover of the agenda has copyright information listed in black type.
Publication of "The Black Scholar," volume 10, numbers 8 and 9. The publication features a black cover with a large yin-yang symbol in the center. The symbol is red and black with a white outline. Above the symbol is white text [THE BLACK SEXISM DEBATE]. Below the symbol are three (3) columns of white text. Left column [ROBERT ALLEN/S.E. ANDERSON/BONNIE M. DANIELS/HARRY EDWARDS/SARAH FABIO/CHIDI IKONNE/TERRY JONES/JUNE JORDAN]. Middle column [M. RON KARENGA/AUDRE LORDE/JULIANNE MALVEAUX/MARK D. MATTHEWS/ROSEMARI MEALY/E. ETHELBERT MILLER/GEORGE MOSBY JR./ALVIN F. POUSSAINT]. Right column [KALAMU YA SALAAM/ANDREW SALKEY/NTOZAKE SHANGE/SABRINA SOJOURNER/ROBERT STAPLES/PAULINE T. STONE/ASKIA TOURE/SHERLEY WILLIAMS]. At the very top of the cover is the masthead with text in black with the title and price [$2.00/THEBLACKSCHOLAR].
This print by Faith Ringgold depicts geometric fields with repeating color patterns formed out of letters. The print has a red background with triangles of blue and gray text. The triangles are arranged in a geometric pattern covering the entirety of the poster. The blue triangles feature the word "FREE." The gray triangles feature either the word "ANGELA" or "AMERICA." The words are arranged both right side up and upside down. The poster is adhered to a white mat.