This School is a Disgrace to its Name Says CORE


The Congress of Racial Equality, founded in 1942, comprised of 50 original members, men and women, black and white. CORE used non-violent tactics to oppose segregation, employment discrimination, and supported voting rights.

Date Made: ca 1963-1964Associated Date: 1963?

Referenced: Congress of Racial Equality

Location: Currently not on view

General Subject Association: History, Reform Movements, Black, Civil RightsClassified: Reform MovementsCivil Rights MovementGeneral Subject Association: SegregationProtest and Civil DisobedienceMarch, Rally, Demonstration, or OtherRacismRace RelationsAfrican American HistorySchoolEducation


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Exhibition Location:

Credit Line: Jack S. Goodwin

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: PL.259949.19Catalog Number: 259949.19

Object Name: Poster

Physical Description: paper (overall material)white; red; black (overall color)handmade (overall production method/technique)Measurements: overall: 28 in x 22 in; 71.12 cm x 55.88 cm


Record Id: nmah_542060

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