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This is a xeroxed photo of Doris Innis, aka Doris Funnye, Harlem CORE member from its earliest days to its last.
Not only was she the wife of Harlem CORE chairman Roy Innis, she was the sister of the previous Harlem CORE chairman, Clarence…

This is a list of new Harlem CORE members one month after the chapter moved to 125th street. It includes Doris Funnye (aka Doris Innis), Lucy Komisar and Mary Hamilton.
CORE traditionally had two classes of membership. These listed had just…

This is a xeroxed photo of Harlem CORE, Doris Innis, Her work is highly significant in terms of the documentation of Harlem CORE's history and philosophy.
She was the editor for all of its publications, from its earliest newsletters, 'New York…

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover (1967 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Innis. This issue contains a piece by Annette Rubinstein who at the time was an NYU instructor. It also contains an essay on Harlem CORE's proposal…

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover (1966 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Innis. This special issue is titled 'The Black Power Issue' and marks the beginning of the chapter becoming a Black nationalist group.

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover (winter 1965 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Innis.