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.
"Photocopy of report by Edythe M. Rogers of New York (Episcopal Church?) regarding disturbance at Voorhees College, Denmark, South Carolina, 1972. Also includes her visiting the seven defendants (James Epps, Samuel Mintz, Alvin Evans, Cecil Raysor, Michael Moore, Oliver Francis, and Gerald Epps), Septima Clark, Modjeska Simpkins and others; with her frank assessment of fault of administration and others."
Factsheet published by U.S. Department of Labor Employment Standards Administration entitled, "Facts on Women Workers of Minority Races" wherein topics including Labor Force Participation, Unemployment, Marital Status, Women Heads of Families, Working Mothers, Children of Working Mothers, Education, Employment Status of Dropouts, Occupations, Full-Time and Full-Year Workers, Earnings, and related statistics are discussed.
The "National Black Political Agenda" presented to the "National Black Political Convention" in Gary, Indiana on March 11, 1972, containing short articles regarding social injustices in the United States and abroad.
Correspondence from Miller C. Foster, Jr., Clerk, and M. W. Sharp, Deputy Clerk, to Honorable Samuel W. Phillips regarding the legal case between the National Board of the Y.W.C.A. of the U.S.A. and the Y.W.C.A. of Charleston, S.C., Civil Action No. 70-180. Enclosed legal case materials.