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This is a photo of Long Island CORE Lincoln Lynch during his time in Great Britain's Royal Air Force. Originally from a Jamaica, he served during World War II and achieved the rank of sergeant. He was in the RAF for ten years before he finally…

This is a 1944 of Long Island chairman Lincoln Lynch as a machine gunner in Great Britain's Royal Air Force.

from www.movinghere.org.uk:
'Sgt LO Lynch from Jamaica, winner of the Air Gunner's Trophy for 1944 standing by the rear gun turret of a…

This is the photo from Newsday's obituary for Long Island CORE chairman Lincoln Lynch. He was 91 years old when he passed.

After leaving CORE, Lynch became a vice chair for the New York Urban Coalition and a 'professor at the social welfare…

This is a 1962 photo of Brooklyn CORE members at the Ebingers demonstration. From left to right: Dr. Barbara Wallace (Black, female), Eduardo Standard (Black, male), Dr. Barbara Weeks (Black, female), Claire Toombs (White, female), Ben Brown (Black,…

This is a 1962 of Brooklyn CORE member demonstrating at the truck depot for Ebinger's Bakery. She is demonstrating the 'go limp' technique.

This is a 1962 photo of an unknown Brooklyn CORE member during the campaign against Ebinger's Bakery. She is holding a picket sign in Spanish.

This is a 1962 photo of Brooklyn CORE members Rioghan Kirchner (White) and Dr. Barbara Wallace (Black) being arrested at the Ebingers Bakery demonstration.

Wallace also participated in the Route 40 Freedom Rides.

This is a 1962 photo of Brooklyn CORE member Barbara Weeks. In it, she is being carried away by a police officer after practicing the 'go limp' technique during the campaign against Ebinger's Bakery.

According to Dr. Brian Purnell, she was also…