A woman, presumably stands before a blackboard and reads what is written about a current news story: "Julian Bond of the Atlanta NAACP demanded that the FCC (Federal Communication Commission) make the racist J.B. Stoner retract his use of the word 'nigger' in a p[obstructed] political announcement. Stoner is running for governor of Georgia. H[obstructed] 'If Bagby is re-elected he'll just pass more civil rights & take from [obstructed] white to give to the niggers.' The FCC said they can not act as censors [obstructed] political candidates. They said that unless someone can prove that he deliberately provoked violence there's nothing they can do. They said: once a station sells a candidate time they have no control over content. They went on to say that they believe in Freedom of Speech & if that meant a few dirty words so [obstructed: be it?]. They say it is not up to them to determine taste, or to censor contraversion [sic]. The Supreme Court just revoked the license of New York Public t.v. for play[ing?] an album that contained dirty words, because it would offend some of the [obstructed]. Bonds say 1/4 of the audience in Atlanta is offended by the use of the word ' [obstructed]." This photograph is located in the Moore Family's blue album but was originally recovered from Jonestown by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.