I was one of the founders of the MCHR in 1964 and was the Secretary-Treasurer for a number of years. I was in Meridian, Miss when the bodies of the slain boys was found and was in Selma, Ala at the time of the first and second marches over the Pettus Bridge. There is a reference to my activities in Kasher's photo book on the Civil Rights Movement and in Taylor Branch's most recent history of the Movement. Taking part in the movement was a great episode in my life. I continued to practice medicine in East Harlem and retired a few years ago after 50 years.