Flyer for an event hosted by the United Brothers on April 26, 1968, featuring international Black Power advocate Stokely Carmichael, Charles Kenyatta, Kenneth Gibson, and John Henrik Clarke.
Deposition of Louis S. Allen, African American owner of Glamour Photographs Studio on West Market Street, before the State of New Jersey Grand Jury. Allen stated “I noticed Sunday, July 16, 1967 that of the stores and establishments on West Market Street, only those marked by the words “Soul,” “Soul Brother” or “Soul Sister” had been similarly damaged by gunfire.” — Credit: Newark Public Library
Photo from the Star-Ledger showing a National Guardsmen standing outside of an African American-owned business on July 15, 1967. Many Black business owners displayed the words “Soul,” “Soul Brother,” or “Soul Sister” in their windows to discourage damage to their business during the 1967 rebellion. — Credit: The Star-Ledger, Newark Public Library