Department of Justice documents showing surveillance of CORE demonstrations, 1963

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Department of Justice documents showing surveillance of CORE demonstrations, 1963

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These are Department of Justice documents indicating that CORE was under daily surveillance. They show that on any given day, the DOJ were keeping tabs on CORE demonstrations across the United States in 1963. New York on some days would have as many as eight different demonstrations around the city. This was CORE at its zenith. This also demonstrates how CORE was constantly under surveillance, whether as a civil rights group or a Black Power group.

Creator

Department of Justice

Source

justice.gov

Publisher

Department of Justice

Date

1963

Rights

public domain

Format

text/pdf

Language

en

Type

text

Coverage

1963

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These are Department of Justice documents indicating that CORE was under daily surveillance. They show that on any given day, the DOJ were keeping tabs on CORE demonstrations across the United States in 1963. New York on some days would have as many as eight different demonstrations around the city. This was CORE at its zenith. This also demonstrates how CORE was constantly under surveillance, whether as a civil rights group or a Black Power group.

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paper

Citation

Department of Justice, "Department of Justice documents showing surveillance of CORE demonstrations, 1963," in Harlem CORE, Item #74, http://harlemcore.com/omeka/items/show/74 (accessed September 22, 2020).