A poster created by Amnesty International opposing the use of electric stun-belts in American prisons. A photo of Muhammad Ali appears with the statement "25 Times in His Career Muhammad Ali Fought For A Belt. Now He's Fighting Against One".
A striped pinback button featuring an image of Nelson Mandela. The background colors of the button, black, green, and yellow are the colors of the African National Congress flag. At the top of the button the words [FREE MAN] appear in white text, the bottom reads [NELSON MANDELA] in black text. In the middle is an image of Mandela's face in brown ink. There are stains on the front of the button, the metal back of the button is in excellent condition.
An off-white sweatshirt with large black and white image on the front. The image features the United States Capitol's dome, the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial in the background from left to right respectively. Behind the Capitol's dome is an American flag. Black outline text above the monuments reads: [MILLION MAN MARCH]. Along the bottom half of the image, in the foreground, are portraits of four men in various styles of clothing and dress. Along the bottom of the image is additional text, also in black outline: [ON WASHINGTON DC OCT.16]. At the nape of the neck is a tag of two columns of text. On the left is the size [L/ADULT] and on the right is the manufacturer information: [Made in U.S.A./90% Cotton/10% Polyester/ (illegible)].