Broadsides, posters, and ephemera relating to Black Power, Civil Rights, and Black Communism movements, 1960-1975
1960 – 1975
The oversized posters, broadsides, and bumper stickers feature many individuals such as Huey P. Newton, Angela Davis, Gus Hall, Jarvis Tyner, Paul Robeson, Henry Winston, and Fred Hampton, Cecil B. Moore, and Nikki Giovanni. Featured organizations include: Conference in Solidarity with the Liberation Struggles of the People of Southern Africa, the Revolutionary People's Convention, NAACP, the Malcom X Party, Hall-Tyner Election Campaign Committee, National Alliance Against Racist and Political Oppression, December 4th Committee, Communist Party USA, Lee Cultural Center, United Community for Lonsgtreth, Young Workers Liberation Leauge, Southern Negro Youth Congress, Campaign Against Police Abuse, Thomas Nabried Center, and NAIMSAL (The National Anti-Imperialist Movement in Solidarity with African Liberation).
Printed on the reverse side of the Huey P. Newton poster is his message to the Revolutionary People’s Constitutional Convention held September 5, 1970 in Philadelphia. Additionally, there is an original flag from the 1963 March on Washington.