A poster advocating the boycott of the 1968 Summer Olympics. The poster has a white background and black text and design. At the top text surrounding the Olympic rings reads: [Olympic Games]. Below that text, at center, is a large circle. Inside the circle, there is text and a drawing. The drawing depicts outlines of the United States and Africa; raised fists come out from the inner edges of the outlines. Text in the middle of the circle reads: 1968 / Black America / & / Africa / United / 32 Black African Nations Have Voted To Boycott the '68 Olympics]. Below the circle large black text reads: [Can We Do Less?]. Outside the circle, to the bottom right, small black print reads: [Bozé]. Outside the circle, to the bottom left, is the signature of Harry Edwards. The back of the poster is blank.