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.
Periodical entitled, "Ray O. Light Newsletter," Volume 1, Number 4, presenting an article entitled, "'Left' Opportunism and the Rise of Reaction: U.S. Hostages in Iran and The Greensboro, North Carolina Massacre."
Administrative Directive 102 memorandum from Jan Bailey, Chief Administrator, to Lou Hunt, Representing the Housing Committee of the All African People's Revolutionary Party, regarding administrative and budgetary matters of the National Office.
All African People's Revolutionary Party memorandum from the Communication Center Representative to the Administrative Committee to the "Communication Center Coordinators regarding the Communication Center's Co-coordinator areas of Responsibility and task."
National Program Committee Memorandum to Members of the National Central Committee of All African People's Revolutionary Party regarding a report on a meeting of the National Administration Committee held on September 15, 1974.
Photocopy of correspondence from Hayward Henry, Jr., Chairman of the Congress of African People, inviting Congress of African People members to take part in an international assembly on September 3 through 7, 1970 in Atlanta, Georgia.
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."
All African People's Revolutionary Party memorandum from the National Program Committee regarding policy decisions, guidelines and planned activities during 1976, invitation to representatives, tentative seminar agendas, and material for tentative student conferences.
Photocopy of All African People's Revolutionary Party memorandum to Cleveland Sellers regarding the analysis of strengths and weaknesses, problems and solutions of area, a list of projections for the future and a list of programs an projects.
Statement regarding "building mass support in the United States for the recognition of the human, historical, and national rights of the Palestinian People and diplomatic recognition of the PLO," delivered at "The International Colloquium of Rome The National Rights of Palestinian Peoples and Peace in the Middle East."
All African People's Revolutionary Party commemorative advertisement booklet for "African Liberation Day 1986," including a handwritten note to Cleveland Sellers, containing pictures and writings regarding the event.
U.S.A. Nationwide Summary of the All African People's Revolutionary Party Speakers Bureau Activity of the Past Five Years, from May 1976 to May 1980, categorized by region (South, Northeast, Southeast, West, and Mid-West).
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."
Correspondence from Lou Hunt, National Communications Center fro the All African People's Revolutionary Party, regarding the formal opening of the National Communications Center with enclosed related materials.