However Coonskin originally encountered extreme controversy before its original theatrical release when the Congress of Racial Equality strongly criticized the content as being racist, although none of the group's members had actually seen the film.
What does CORE stand for?
CORE stands for Congress Of Racial Equality
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- Community Online Resource Exchange
- Community Options for Rural Elders (Act of 2005)
- Comparative Oncology Resource Exchange (Cornell University)
- Competent on Resist-A-Ball Education
- Component Runtime Environment
- Composite Object Reference
- Comprehensive Online Research Education (Purdue University)
- Comprehensive Risk Evaluation
- Configuration Resource
- Conflict Resolution (US Department of the Interior)
- Connected Organizations for a Responsible Economy
- Connection Oriented Route Establishment
- Conservation of Resources through Enterprise
- Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education (representing U.S. oceanographic research institutions)
- Consortium on Reading Excellence
- Content Online Resource Enterprise (US Army)
- Contingency Response
- Contingency Response Element (MTMC)
- Contingency Response Program
- Continuous Observation & Risk Evaluation
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All were members of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) dedicated to non-violent direct action against racial discrimination.
Zeldin was an ardent civil rights advocate during the 1960s, organizing a local chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality and as a young mother often showed up for pickets and sit-ins with her kids in tow.
THE JULY/AUGUST LAWRENCE SUMMERS MEMORIAL AWARD * goes to Roy Innis, chair of the Congress of Racial Equality, for comments made during his address to the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Resource Development Council for Alaska.
Niger Innis is the national spokesperson for the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE).
In the fall campaign, the Republicans confronted her with the charismatic James Farmer, the former head of CORE, the Congress of Racial Equality.