Periodical entitled, "Afrika Must Unite," Vol. 1, No. 4 from March/April 1972 including articles on Garveyism, Pan-Afrikans, musical traditions in Ghana, and other issues in Africa and the United States.
Document entitled, "Mashariki (EAST) Structure," including writings entitled, "East Protocol," "Waziri Elimu - Education Ministry," "Mtoto Care Center," "The Evening School," "The East Bookstore," "Waziri Jamii," "Uchumi (Economics) Projection," "Past Observations and Projections for the East," "Waziri Uchumi, East Cultural Center," "Waziri Usalamu," "Program for 'Super Simbas,'" "Mashariki Waziri Habari One-Year Plan, " "JAMAA - Social Organization," The Moral Progression of a People can Scarcely Begin Until They Are Independent," and "Waziri Siasa."
Organization of African Unity (OAU) document entitled, "A Call for Immediate Action," asking recipients to petition the "OAU and the Heads of States of Africa and the Caribbean to put together an All-African Peoples' Revolutionary army immediately to assist in [...] liberation movements."
Photocopy of writing entitled, "The All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party and the Masses of African People Are Marching For: Pan Africanism," discussing a "movement toward unity of all people of African origin who have collectively been exploited as workers and as a race."
All African People's Revolutionary Party writing entitled, "Towards Ideological Unity Within the Party" discussing a "need for systematic, widespread, thorough ideological education within our Party, the Convention People's Party."
Document entitled, "Points of Inquiry, Pressure and Support," providing addresses and phone numbers for members of Congress, House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, House Foreign Affairs Committee, among others.