testimony against Harlem CORE member Blyden Jackson by Ray Wood and photo of Jackson at Communist March

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Title

testimony against Harlem CORE member Blyden Jackson by Ray Wood and photo of Jackson at Communist March

Subject

Harlem CORE members

Description

In 1967, undercover police officer Ray Wood (aka Ray Woodall) testified during congressional hearings before the Committee on Un-American Activities. As part of an investigation into 'subversive influences in riots, looting and burning.', he gave testimony against former Harlem CORE member Blyden Jackson as being a communist. Jackson had always been an admitted socialist.

Wood's testimony can be seen by clicking on the links below. The photo was part of the evidence given against Jackson during the hearings. The arrow points to him walking in a demonstration march with members of the Communist Party. The full picture can be seen by clicking on the link below the image.


Creator

U.S. Government Printing Office

Source

archive.org

Publisher

U.S. Government Printing Office

Date

Oct. 31, 1967

Rights

public domain

Format

iamge/ .jpg, text/.pdf

Language

en

Type

.jpg, .pdf

Coverage

oct 31, 1967

Collection

Citation

U.S. Government Printing Office, "testimony against Harlem CORE member Blyden Jackson by Ray Wood and photo of Jackson at Communist March," in Harlem CORE, Item #118, http://harlemcore.com/omeka/items/show/118 (accessed September 19, 2018).