The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

An Open Application for Funding Grants for CORE



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An Open Application for Funding Grants for CORE


A proposal from the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) requesting funds from local and federal government agencies to create Black owned and controlled economic institutions in Cleveland. These institutions included the CORE Enterprise Corporation (a non-profit economic research and educational corporation), the CORE Special Guarantee Fund, and the Black League of Automobile Consumers.


Wilfred Ussery


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8.5 inches X 11 inches; 44 pages



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Wilfred Ussery, “An Open Application for Funding Grants for CORE,” Humanities Hub, accessed July 23, 2024,