Congress of Racial Equality (CORE)

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Ed King White Church -- Beauty for Ashes
Ed King Curriculum Vitae: Edwin King: Civil Rights Work in 1960s, Summary
Ed King White Church -- "Beauty of Ashes"
Ed King White Church (Part Four); Section XIX, "Conclusion -- Neshoba"
Ed King Sixties and Sit-ins
Ed King Rifle Squads in the Beloved Community
Unknown Cassette Transcription: Tom Dent Collection
Ed King Woolworth's Lunch Counter Sit-In
1960 Unknown Pamphlet Reviews
1960 A. J. Muste Pacifism Enters a New Phase
Alfred Hassler
William Robert Miller
News From the Peace Front
1960 Donald F. Martin France Watching Girl's Trial Here
Student Interracial Ministry
Philip D. Brown
Douglas Renick
Samuel Varner
Ralph Luker
William G. Myers
James Forbes
Bonnie Cox
Harold W. Smith
Max Case
Roger Olemacher
Hank Elkins
Kent Organ
Klaus Schmidt
J. Grant Swank
Student Interracial Ministry: Mid-Summer Report
1963 Jimmy Ward Quotes Taken From the Editor's Column of the Jackson Daily News
1963 Julian Bond Letter from Julian Bond to James Ridgeway
1963 Ed King Excerpts from Manuscript on Jackson Movement
1963 Pharis J. Harvey Ecumenical Volunteer Service Project Leaders' Report
1963 Unknown Notes from a COFO Meeting (Untitled Document)
1963 Unknown 67-Year-Old Minister Held in Atlanta Jail: Sentence Faces Court Test
1964 Unknown Att: Helen Brooks, President
1964 Ed King Jackson Mississippi, May 1963- "Woolworth's Lunch Counter Sit In"-Working Draft
1964 Bob Moses Robert P. Moses to Julian Bond
1964 Unknown 3 Women Challenge House Seating: Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer, Mrs. Annie Devine, Mrs. Victoria Gray
1964 Unknown The Student Voice December 1964 Issue
James Atwater
Lynn Pelham
"If We Can Crack Mississippi...": At the Risk of Their Lives, Hundreds of Northern Students Are Challenging the Heart of the Deep South
1964 Unknown Presbyterian Life May 1964 Issue
1964 M. S. Handler Mississippi Faces Drive for Rights: 1,000 Students Expected to Work in the Project
1964 CORE Mississippi Project, '64
1964 David Wiley Context for Tragedy
1964 James Atwater 'If We Can Crack Mississippi...'