A small paper flag attached to a narrow, wood dowel. The flag features a graphic of Martin Luther King Jr. King is seen from the torso up, with a black suit and striped tie. Printed in a circle shape around King's head is black that reads [Martin Luther / King Jr. / 1929-1968, Nobel / Peace Prize]. The image and text is on both sides of the flag.
A flyer showing various statistics concerning African American males. The flyer also includes contact information at the bottom. The flyer was created by the Foundation For the Preservation of Black Males. The back is blank.
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].
Double-sided poster or flier advertising the 1972 Black Community Survival Conference with promotion provided by the Black Panther Party's Angela Davis People's Free Food Program. Printed in black and red on white paper. Each side features black & white photographs, black & red text and has [10,000 FREE BAGS OF / GROCERIES / (WITH CHICKENS / IN EVERY BAG)] at the top. One side features photographs of Angela Davis, Bobby Seale, Ron Dellums, and Ericka Huggins. It includes a list of conference speakers and a blank registration form. The other side features images of Ira Simmons, D'Army Bailey, Julian Bond, Rev. Charles Koen, Father Earl Neil, and The Persuasions (three images). Also pictured is a woman administering a medical test to two young boys next to the text [10,000 FREE / SICKLE CELL / ANEMIA TESTS / TO BE GIVEN / AT CONFERENCE].
A political poster for United States presidential candidate Shirley Chisholm. Off-white with black and red type. At top, it reads "BRING U.S. TOGETHER" in black with the "U.S." in red. Underneath there is a black-and-white image of Shirley Chisholm sitting at a table with papers in front of her, speaking and gesturing with her hands, wearing all white. This image is bordered on the left and right by a light gray color block. At the bottom, reads "VOTE CHISHOLM 1972/ UNBOUGHT AND UNBOSSED" with "CHISHOLM" in black and everythign else in red, in various font sizes. In the bottom right corner, in small red type, reads "N.G. SLATER CORP., 220 W. 19 ST. - NYC - 10011." On reverse, handwritten in purple marker, reads "Chisholm For President/ 61 Henry St./ Saratoga N.Y./ 584-7015/ Rev. Kennedy/ Mrs. Molineaux" at the top, aligned towards the left.