A handwritten program in black ink on folded legal-size paper outlining a Ferguson, Missouri rally in October of 2014. The program runs from 12:05 to 12:43. It starts with an opening including the family of Michael Brown and then continues with sections labeled as [WE R ACTIVE / WE R GLOBAL / MOMENT 2 MOVEMENT / WE R A MOVEMENT / CLERGY / CLOSING] . There are no marks or text on the back.
This protest poster demands that Darren Wilson be jailed for the murder of Michael Brown. The poster is made of yellow pieces of paper taped together in the center and stappled to a white poster board.The text is printed in black and reads [Jail / DARREN / WILSON / 4 MURDER / People's Power / Assembly / www.peoplespowerassembly.org / 443-221-3775]. There is a black boarder around the People's Power Assembly's information. The back of the poster is blank.
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.
A handmade cloth banner of white paint on a black cloth. A quote on the banner reads: [When injustice becomes law, resistance becomes a duty]. The banner was used as the backdrop for speakers and activists during an October 2014 Ferguson, Missouri protest rally after the police shooting of Michael Brown.
A handmade sign used at a demonstration led by a Unitarian Church in south St. Louis, Missouri located on the corner of Hampton Avenue and Chippewa Street, following the killing of VonDerrit Myers. The white, posterboard sign has text written in blue ink on the front that reads, [RACIST INJUSTICE / HURTS EVERYONE / SPEAK OUT!]. On the back are three photocopied articles related to Larry Fiquette, the former Reader's Advocate columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, that have been affixed to the sign using pieces of clear adhesive tape.
Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant wore this suit and shoes when he was arrested during the Moral Monday Protest in Ferguson, Missouri. Sometimes referred to as the Faith in Ferguson protest, the demonstration took place on October 13, 2014. Moral Monday brought together clergy from across the country and from different denominations to protest the shooting of Michael Brown.
This outfit consists of a suit jacket (.1.1) and pants (.1.2), and a pair of shoes (.2ab) worn by Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant to a protest in Ferguson, Missouri.
This suit consists of a jacket (.1) and pants (.2) worn by Dr. Jamal Harrison Bryant to a protest in Ferguson, Missouri. The jacket (.1) is a black wool single-breasted blazer with a notched lapel and full-length straight sleeves. It closes at the center front with two (2) round black plastic buttons. There are two (2) inset pockets with straight flap tops, one at each front side waist, and one (1) welt pocket at the proper left breast. Four (4) round black plastic decorative buttons are sewn at sleeve cuff. There is a single vent at the back. The body of the jacket is fully lined in a black rayon and polyester blend fabric, while the sleeves are lined in a white and gray pinstripe rayon and polyester blend fabric. There are two (2) welt pockets, one at each interior breast, with one (1) welt pen pocket below the proper left breast pocket and above the one (1) welt pocket at the interior proper left waist. A manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper right front below the breast pocket, with one (1) spare button also sewn below the breast pocket. The wool manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper left front above the waist pocket, with a fiber content, style, and care tag sewn inside the interior proper left breast pocket. A hanger loop is sewn at the interior center back neck.
The black wool pants (.2) have straight full-length legs and close at the center front waist with a black metal zipper, one (1) round black plastic button around a tab, and one (1) flat metal hook-and-eye. The front closure is hidden by a placket. Six (6) self-fabric belt loops are sewn around the waistband. There are two (2) inset pockets, one at each front side waist, and two (2) welt pockets, one at each back side below the waist. Each back pocket closes with one (1) round black plastic button. The pockets and waistband are lined in a black twill stripe rayon fabric. A manufacturer's label is sewn at the interior proper right back waist, with a fiber content, style, and care tag sewn at the interior proper right front closure seam.