Image consists of one round, orange, metal button. At the top there is an image of a black hand with the word "unity" spelled out on each finger. An image of an orange figure is superimposed over the hand. Below this image on four lines, in uppercase, black text reads: "The West Indian Social and Cultural Society".
Recording consists of interview in which Jean Augustine discusses why she donated her collection to the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collection; the history and story behind the political button collection; and specific stories about a selection of political and campaign buttons around the themes of Multiculturalism, Status of Women, the Black/African Caribbean community in Toronto and Canada, Social activism (anti-apartheid movement, anti-racism) and political campaigns.
Recording consists of an interview with Jean Augustine in which she discusses the Racist Toronto Sun button and the Black community's concern over the tone of the Toronto Sun newspaper articles in the 1980s.