Congress of Racial Equality
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This is a paper on CORE, the Congress for Racial Equality. The paper discusses the development of this civil rights organization, its active role during the civil-rights era and subsequent decline. The paper looks at the effects of emerging black nationalist movement on CORE.
From the Paper:"The Congress on Racial Equality, often referred to simply by its acronym, CORE, was one of the major national organizations that played a leading role in the Civil Rights revolution of the 50s. Founded in 1942, it seemed on the verge of collapse in the early 50s but succeeded in re-organizing itself and gaining new focus as the Civil Rights movement as a whole gained strength through the 50s"
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Congress of Racial Equality (2004, December 01) Retrieved April 01, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/essay/congress-of-racial-equality-73011/
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