Photo of Earl Harris (front row, third from left) with a group of political and community leaders, possibly a civic association, taken by Newark photographer Al Henderson. –Credit: Newark Public Library
Portrait of Harry Wheeler, member of the Committee Against Negro and Puerto Rican Removal and the United Brothers. The United Brothers was a coalition of Black leaders in Newark organized to develop a “Black United Front” to take power in the mayoral election of 1970.
Portrait of Theodore Pinckney, director of the Neighborhood Youth Corps, and member of the United Brothers. Pinckney ran for Newark City Councilman-at-Large in 1968 as a nominee of the United Brothers.