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This is a photo of Rafael Martinez who was a member of both Harlem CORE and Bronx CORE. In it, he is holding a photo of himself as a young man at about the age he would have been when he was in CORE. He served in the Army’s tank division during the…

This is a 1964 photo of (left to right) Queens CORE chairman George Kaufman, Bronx CORE chairman Herb Callender and Brooklyn CORE chairman Isiah Brunson taken right before the World's Fair Stall-In. All three chapters, along with Harlem CORE,…

This is a photo of Bronx CORE member Judith Jones, a former chairman of the chapter's of the division.
In 1981, she unsuccessfully ran for Mayor of New York City on the Free Libertarian Party ticket, the New York affiliate of the Libertarian…

This is a photo of Bronx CORE member Howard Quander.

This is a photo of Bronx CORE chairman Cyril Boynes, Jr. In 1973, he became co-chairman of Harlem CORE where his brother Rupert was also a member. Both are the nephews of Roy Innis.
He is still listed as a member of CORE's Executive Staff at…

This is a night time photo of CORE member Ed Lewinson (front, White male with dog) and Yaphet Kotto (front, Black male, white shirt, tie), at Bronx CORE's White Castle demonstration, July 11, 1963.

At the time, Lewinson was a member of Brooklyn…

This is a July 7, 1963 night time photo of Bronx CORE's White Castle demonstration.

By the time this photo was taken, several 'scuffles' had already taken place. The crowd of spectators and counter protesters had grown to more than a thousand.

This is a day photo of Bronx CORE's White Castle demonstration on July 13, 1963.

Police officers stand between the demonstrators and the White Castle restaurant due to outbreaks of violence that had taken place previously over the course of the…

This is a photo of CORE members sitting in at the White Castle restaurant Bronx CORE used as a demonstration site to protest against the chain's lack of Black and Puerto Rican employees.

The CORE members here are currently unidentified. However,…

This is a photo of CORE members sitting in at the White Castle restaurant Bronx CORE used as a demonstration site to protest against the chain's lack of Black and Puerto Rican employees.

The CORE members here are currently unidentified. The tall…