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.
Legal document entitled, "In the State of South Carolina In The Supreme Court, Appeal From Orangeburg County, Honorable John Grimball, Presiding Judge, The State, Respondent, against Cleveland Louis Sellers, Jr., Appellant, Transcript of Record." Attorneys for the appellant were Fred Henderson Moore and Howard Moore, Jr. Attorneys for the Respondent were Julian S. Wolfe, Daniel R. McLeod, and J.C. Coleman.
United States District Court for the Eastern District of South Carolina, Charleston Division, Civil Action No. 7747, between Millicent F. Brown et al. versus School District No. 20 "for an injunction enjoining the operation of the school system of School District Number 20 in Charleston County, South Carolina, on a racially segregated basis."
Correspondence from J. Arthur Brown to William B. Whitney, Director of the CETA Division, regarding the Petersfield Human Services Corporation Proposal for the Fiscal Year of 1982- to 1983 with enclosed proposal.
"In honor of International Women's Year, [the All African People's Revolutionary Party] reprint below extracts from a speech by Samora Machel, President of the Front for the Liberation of Mozambique (FRELIMO), at the opening of the first conference of Mozambican Women on March 4, 1973.
Packet of documents from February 15 to 25, 1974 entitled, "The Arab Ba'ath Socialist Party" and the "Republic of Iraq," written by Paul D. Monroe, a delegation member from the All African People's Revolutionary Party, submitted to the National Central Committee of the AAPRP.
"A Political Research Associates Topical Report" entitled, "Clouds Blur the Rainbow: The Other Side of the New Alliance Party," written by Chip Berlet regarding the New Alliance Party, "a black-led, women-led, multi-racial, pro-gay independent political organization."
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.
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.
Legal document entitled, "In the State of South Carolina In the Supreme Court, Appeal from Orangeburg County Honorable John Grimball, Presiding Judge, No. 7577, The State, Respondent, against, Cleveland Sellers, Jr., Appellant, Brief for the Appellant, In Forma Pauperis."
Correspondence from Bob Brown to "Central Committee of the A-APRP" regarding and including a "report on the status of development of the Midwest-West Coast Region of the Party" and "notes toward the development of a 3 year programmatic thrust for Work-Study Group recruitment among both students and non-students."
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."
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."
Legal Brief entitled, "An Analysis of Procedural Errors Committed by Personnel of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill during the Course of the Tenure Review of Dr. Sonja Haynes Stone," presented to Dr. J. C. Morrow, Provost and prepared by Malone, Johnson, DeJarmon and Spaulding Attorneys at Law.
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.