Records, 1959-1978.


Congress of Racial Equality. Brooklyn Chapter (N.Y.). Records, 1959-1978.

Records, 1959-1978.

Records of the Brooklyn, New York Chapter of CORE, co-founded in 1962 by Oliver and Marjorie Leeds, covering primarily the period 1962-1967 and consisting of its constitution, minutes, newsletters, correspondence, and records of committee activities. Included are records detailing exchanges with the national CORE organization, information on housing, employment, and sanitation related activities, records from education committees, and information on an Independent School District for Harlem.

0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)

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