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This film clip shows the Brooklyn CORE group having finally arrived at the March on Washington. The CORE member holding the CORE NYC sign is currently unidentified.

This is a night photo of Brooklyn CORE members walking to March on Washington. At this time, it is unknown exactly how many members were in this group. Different newspaper articles state as many as 20 members may have participated while others count…

This is a 1962 photo of Brooklyn CORE demonstrating at the White House in Washington, D.C.

The chapter along with approximately 150 other CORE members from the eastern seaboard picketed for 24 hours between September 22 and 23 in support of…

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

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 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 photo of the Bibulds and other Brooklyn CORE members sitting in at the Board of Education. The sit-in lasted a week.

This is a 1961 photo of Brooklyn CORE. Standing is Arnold Goldwag. To his right sitting is Rioghan Kirchner. The Black male sitting on the right side of the photo is Brooklyn CORE's chairman, Dr. Robert Palmer.