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This is a copy of Victor Solomon's paper, 'An Independent Board of Education for Harlem' as published in Urban Affairs Review (the September 1968 issue). Solomon was one of the principal architects of Harlem CORE's proposal before the New York State…

This is an ad for the elementary school started by CORE in the South Bronx in the late 1970's. The school is the result of Harlem CORE's ideas in the late 1960's on creating an independent educational system specifically for Blacks. Notice how Harlem…

This is a xeroxed photo of Harlem CORE's day care center workers and children, presumably taken in the mid-late 1970's.

This chart explains CORE's plan to create a Black Board of Education, an evolution of Harlem CORE's 1967 attempt to create an independent Board of Education for Harlem), as presented to and accepted by the 1972 National Black Political Convention.