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This is a 1964 photo of Moe Tandler (left, glasses), lawyer for both Long Island and Queens CORE, standing next to Queens CORE chairman Dr. George Kaufman (right). Originally the lawyer for Long Island CORE, he also became counsel to Queens CORE with…

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 the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964. These actions were not supported by National CORE.

The CORE members here are…

This is a photo of the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964. The CORE members here are currently unidentified.

"Action took place in Flushing at the…

This is a photo of the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964.

The CORE members here are currently unidentified.

This is a photo of the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964. The CORE members here are currently unidentified.

The photo takes place on an I.R.T.…

This is a photo of the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964.

The CORE members here are currently unidentified. One is shown laying on the platform…

This is a photo of the subway stall-in which was part of the World's Fair Stall-In carried out by Harlem CORE, Brooklyn CORE and Bronx CORE on April 22, 1964.

Brooklyn CORE member Paul Heinegg is lying on the floor on the left hand of the photo.…

This is a short film clip of Malcolm X speaking in favor of the Stall-In initiated by Brooklyn, Bronx and Harlem CORE. He is interviewed by NBC News.