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movement grows in Brooklyn : the Brooklyn chapter of the Congress
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the early 1960s . Brian Purnell ; Thesis (Ph.D.)--New York University,
Graduate School of Arts and Science, 2006.
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1972, self published
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Victor. 'An Independent Board of education for Harlem'. Urban Affairs
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Hansen Studios. Austin Hansen collection. Schomberg Research Library.
New York, NY.
Red Squad [videorecording] , directed by Howard Blatt, Steven Fischler,
Francis Freedland and Joel Sucher. Cinema Guild, 1972.
Diana. Diana Davies Photograph Collection. Center for Folklife and
Cultural Heritage, Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections,
15) Bradley, Stefan. Harlem vs. Columbia University.
Chicago: University of Illinois Press. 2009
Trap A Thief. Time. June 25, 1965.
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Oral History Interviews (all 2008)
Fifteen interviews have been done between 2008-2009
with former members of Harlem CORE and CORE, including James Robinson,
Susan Brownmiller and Waverly Howard. The other names will be released