Black and white poster featuring an image of protesting women and a list of demands. This poster was used to announce a protest scheduled for November 22, 1969 orchestrated by the N.E. Women's Liberation and the Black Panther Party of Connecticut in support of six female Black Panthers who were being held in Niantic Connecticut State Women's Prison.
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.