Interview with Karima Jordon
QUESTION 12
LOUIS MASSIAH:

Could you talk about the bulletin board that you and Cia created? Just describe that.

KARIMA JORDON:

Well, the bulletin board was, ah, very graphic, very nice, ah. It had a Black Uncle Sam, saying that the Liberation Army Wants You. Ah, had a lot of, ah, Emory from the Panther Party, a lot of his, it was a collage of Emory's work, ah, poetry from Cia. She had her poem, poem about "Hey, Mr. Jew man with that yarmulke on your head," ah, had Guns Baby Guns and out of everything that was there that was the thing that was opposed, that we had clipped out the words, Guns Baby Guns from the Black Panther Party and that was the whole controversy behind that bulletin board.