Black and white Teen Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Jack and Jill of America outside of the Bluford Library at North Carolina A and T State University. The Charleston delegation is pictured toward the right of the image, including Minerva Brown standing in front of Catherine Hazel (Wells) and Maede Joenelle Brown.
Correspondence from the Student Organization for Black Unity to Ron Wormser, Office of the Dean at Harvard University Graduate School of Education, regarding "a so-called discrepancy in the use of the Black Student Union monies in January 1970."
National Black United Front position paper entitled, "Pan-African Committee of the Black United Front," discussing the history and context for the National Black United Front, information on the disbanding of similar types of organizations, local models, and other related information.
Student Organization for Black Unity writing entitled, "Proposal for Early Education Center," providing information on history, curriculum, daily schedule, students, structure, physical facilities, and budget.
Student Organization for Black Unity pamphlet entitled, "Work for African Liberation," providing sections on ideology, community programs, campus programs, informational services, Pan-African affairs, and affiliations.
Student Organization for Black Unity writing entitled, "Developing Political Cadres," providing information on cadre mechanics, identification, evaluation, political education, consolidation, and self-reliance.
Correspondence from J. E. Marshall, Dean of Student Affairs for North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, to Cleveland Sellers regarding a rental of Moore Gymnasium for a Student Organization for Black Unity event.
Correspondence from John R. Harper II to Cleveland Sellers regarding "the situation with Brother Charles Grant," an individual placed in the Maximum Detention Retraining Center at the Central Correctional Institution in Columbia, South Carolina.
Correspondence from Jan Bailey of All African People's Revolutionary Party to Roy L. Allen, Chairman of the Black Student Union at the University of Georgia, regarding a potential speaking engagement for Stokely Carmichael.
Correspondence from Eddie N. Williams for Joint Center for Political Studies to Cleveland Sellers acknowledging receipt of the recipient's letter and proposed "Community Research and Training Project."
Correspondence from Rozelia LaFayette, Administrative Assistant for the Penn Community Services, to Cleveland Sellers regarding a conference to be held at Penn entitled, "All Afrikan People Revolutionary Party."
Handwritten correspondence from Gwendolyn Sellers to James Turner, Director of African Studies Research Center at Cornell University, regarding Cleveland Sellers' legal situation, thanking the recipient for his help.
Correspondence from Rozelia LaFayette, Administrative Assistant for the Penn Community Services, to Cleveland Sellers thanking the recipient for choosing Penn as the location for an All African People's Revolutionary Party meeting.
Correspondence from Nelson G. Lehsten, Professor of Education for the Graduate Office in Education at the University of Michigan, to Cleveland Sellers regarding the Graduate Awards Committee in Education of the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.