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."
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."
Correspondence from Dolores S. Greene, Project Director for the Petersfield Human Services Corporation, Inc., to William B. Whitney, Director of the CETA Division, regarding the Petersfield Human Services Corporation Proposal for Fiscal Year 1982 to 1983, beginning on October 1, 1982.
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Motion Picture Project progress report and program outline, providing information on the project, including "training and and equipping of SNCC personnel as cameramen," "production of motion pictures for SNCC," "production of motion pictures by SNCC personnel," and "organizing the showing of films."
Writing entitled, "Submitted to Conference Convenors: Ethel Minor and Fletcher Smith," written by Jan Bailey regarding "the goals of working towards ideological clarity and concretizing a region structure" for the All African People's Revolutionary Party.
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.
United States District Court, Southern District of New York complaint from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee against the United States of America, Attorney General of the United States, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, et al., acting as "an action for money damages and injunctive relief arising under the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution of the United States."
Organization of African Unity (OAU) document entitled, "A Call for Immediate Action," asking recipients to petition the "OAU and the Heads of States of Africa and the Caribbean to put together an All-African Peoples' Revolutionary army immediately to assist in [...] liberation movements."
Document entitled, "Tentative Plans for the Creation of the Black Student Cultural Center of Syracuse University," discussing the center's purpose, tentative plans, planned activities, and "afterthought."
Document entitled, "Points of Inquiry, Pressure and Support," providing addresses and phone numbers for members of Congress, House Appropriations Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, House Foreign Affairs Committee, among others.
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee flyer advertising a "Black Power Rally" featuring Stokely Carmichael to "call racist Rizzo, the mayor of Philly," "demand firing drunken cops who shoot through the doors of black people's homes," and "register to vote so that Black Power can clean out the City Hall Cesspool."
Proposal for the Booker T. Washington Preparatory Corp, "a comprehensive leadership development program designed specifically for young African-American males," including major objectives and a budget.
Document entitled, "Biographical Notes on Curtis Williams," containing two short biographical notes of Williams, one written by Robert Moses, the other written by "the Friends of Curtis Hayes Williams."
Anti-Vietnam War flyer entitled, "Uncle Sam Wants You," containing sarcastic phrases arguing the injustices regarding young African American men enlisted in the United States military. The poster reads, "Uncle Sam wants you nigger. Become a member of the world's highest paid black mercenary army! Fight for Freedom . . . (in Viet Nam). (Die Nigger Die–you can't die fast enough in the ghettos.) So run to your nearest recruiting chamber! Support White Power–travel to Viet Nam, you might even get a medal! Receive valuable training in the skills of killing off other oppressed people!"
Correspondence from The Southern Courier regarding interest from the editors of the Harvard Crimson to "establish an independent newspaper in the Black Belt area, devoted to printing an honest account of civil rights activities in the South."