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This is a photo of a CORE member getting arrested at the 1964 World's Fair. James Farmer and National CORE set up a counter protest at the World's Fair the day dissident chapters of CORE, including Harlem, Brooklyn and the Bronx chapters, planned…

This is a photo of a woman at Harlem CORE march, 1966. The sign is of the traditional black and white CORE logo, pre Black Power.

This is a photo of a Harlem CORE member on the picket line 1966. It is refereeing to the attempted assassination of James Meredith during his March Against Fear in June 1966. The response by CORE and SNCC specifically is noted by many historians as…

photo of Cyril Boynes, Jr.., Harlem CORE chairman (1973-1975) and nephew of Roy Innis.
According to his profile at core-online.com, he is a graduate of Hunter College and NYU and a former intructor at Queens College. He is also still listed as a…

This is a photo of former Harlem Core leaders Innis (center) and Solomon (left) after they had become national director and associate national director. Waverly Yates (right, sitting on desk) here is the western regional director for CORE. He would…

This is a photo of both Roy Innis (in the dashiki) and his successor/ protege as chairman of Harlem CORE (1968-1969), Victor Solomon (in the suit). Solomon went on to become the national associate director for CORE but eventually left over…

This is a photo of Gladys Harrington, Harlem CORE's first chairman (1961-1963) and the Northeast Regional Representative for CORE at this time.
She was chairman when the chapter was still in midtown Manhattan and remained chairman of New York…