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."
Part I of the Curriculum Outline for African American History, "Africa: Origin of a People," for Freedom Schools sponsored by the NAACP, submitted by Marie G. Floyd to Rev. H. H. Singleton, President of the Conway Branch of the NAACP.
A representation of three panels regarding the Amistad. Panel one: "The Mutiny Aboard the Amistad, 1839." Panel two: "The Amistad Slaves on Trial at New Haven, Connecticut, 1840." Panel three: "The Return to Africa, 1842."
Carving of a human and an animal; the shapes are intertwined and a human face is part of the animal figure; origin South Kenya; engraved lettering on front reads "MR KASUMILI IOMASIL FROM_MbEGAM LD bAGAMOYO MAKOMDE."