This is a film clip from the 1963 CBS News special 'The Harlem Temper'. It contains footage of what I believe is the first New York CORE office on 125th street.
I am unable to identify the members shown here at this time.
This is the second part of Gladys Harrington's interview from the 1963 CBS News special 'The Harlem Temper'. Here, she discusses the differences between the nationalist groups at the time such as the Nation of Islam and New York CORE. What is most…
This is a 1987 photo of Columbia CORE member Hilton Clark (sitting, Black male, dark suit, glasses) as a NYC city councilman. Sitting next to him is city councilman Rev. Wendell Foster (New York CORE) on his right and Mayor Ed Koch on his left.…
This is a 1959 photo of CORE founder and New York CORE member james Robinson in jail in for participating in a civil rights action while in Miami. He was there originally to take part in CORE's Miami Interracial Action Institute.
This is a photo of New York CORE member Sheila Michaels.
A member of the chapter both downtown and uptown she was involved in some of its early housing protests with Gladys Harrington. Shee also participated in the Route 40 Freedom Rides.