Malcolm X Liberation University document entitled, "Background Information on the Malcolm X Liberation University," providing information on the philosophy of the University, general description of courses, faculty, students, rules and regulations, facts on operation of the University, and the historical background of the University: "The Black Student at Duke University."
Malcolm X Liberation University Bulletin for the year 1970-71, including information on the University background, objectives, Council of Elders, staff, role of MXLU graduates, the student body, admission requirements, room and board, calendar, and curriculum.
Document entitled, "Proposal for Malcolm X Liberation University" detailing the goals and objectives, present structure, student body selection and composition, curriculum plan, supplementary curriculum information and revised calendar, resource people, community involvement, costs, location and academic facilities, evaluation process, and six-month budget for the University.
Photocopied Malcolm X Liberation University document outlining the political committee and cell structure, idealogical development, notes on the evaluation of students enrolled in technical areas, internal organization and organizing, and some adjustment problems of the University.
Malcolm X Liberation University minutes of the Council of Elders meeting from May 1, 1970 containing information delivered by Howard Fuller, Bertie Howard, Faye Edwards, Nikiwa Ningekewa, Winston Kennedy, Robert Rone, Dennis McDowell, and Jim Lee.
Document entitled, "Proposal for Malcolm X Liberation University" detailing the purpose of the University, claiming that "it has become evident that the existing systems of education do not respond to the needs of the Black Community."
Correspondence from Cleveland Sellers to Dean Charles E. Daye, Office of Admissions for North Carolina Central Law School at North Carolina University, recommending Henry Frye, Jr. for acceptance into the North Carolina Central Law School.
Discrimination Complaint Form from the Office for Civil Rights' Department of Health, Education, and Welfare for Sonja Anita Haynes Stone, African and Afro-American Studies professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.