Martin Luther King, Jr.





http://www.lib/  Martin Luther King, Jr. The Man

    This is a biographical sketch.


http://www.lib/  Timeline of Events in Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Life.   Martin Luther King Holiday Page

This Web page has information about celebrating Dr. King’s birthday as a national holiday.   Martin Luther King Day of Service

Join thousands of people who are celebrating Dr. King’s Birthday by serving their fellow citizens.  Man of the Year (Time Magazine)

Scroll down on left hand side to Past Covers.  Enter King, Martin Luther, Jr.         Standing Tall

This is a poem written by Jamieson McKenzie in the online magazine “From Now On.”    Birthplace, National Historic Site   History of the National Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Presented by the Seattle Times company    Martin Luther King Jr. Day

    Includes “I Have a Dream ….” Speech.  Nobel Prize Information File on Dr. King

Discusses Martin Luther King, Jr. receiving the Nobel Peace Prize.    Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial
   The Martin Luther King Jr. Research and Education Institute.    Be sure and click on Liberation Curriculum, classroom resources, King Encyclopedia. 

A great site!   The King Center

Center was established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King as the official, living memorial dedicated to the advancement of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Dr. Martin Luther King

site prepared by elementary school—has some fun games, timeline and basic information.   Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month

   Selected Reference Sources from Louisiana State University Libraries   Time Magazine

Time magazine explores the way in which King helped shape the political and social fabric of the times.   Gale’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Free Site.     Describes Martin Luther King, Jr. during the decade from 1957 to 1968.    A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.   Martin Luther King, Jr.

A short biography of Martin Luther King, Jr.   The Martin Luther King Assassination.  Records the events of what happened on April 4, 1968 in Memphis Tennessee.    King Celebration 2007.    Martin Luther King, Jr.—History Channel.  Several articles and interactive features.   Martin Luther King, Jr.

A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings of Martin Luther King, Jr.   Avalon Project:  I have a Dream by Martin Luther King, Jr.  August 28, 1963.   Martin Luther King Jr.  A directory of links relating to him. 




                         Library Books and Videos/DVDs


323.092  KIN              Carson, C.                   Autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr.

323.4 KIN                   King, Martin & Co      The Words of Martin Luther King, Jr.

973.93 BRA                Branch, Taylor  Parting the Waters:  America in the King Years


BIO KIN                     Rhodes, L.                   Coretta Scott King

BIO KIN                     Jakoubek, R.                Martin Luther King, Jr.

BIO KIN                     King, Coretta S.           My Life with Martin Luther King, Jr.

BIO KIN                     Lewis, David                King:  A Critical Biography

BIO KIN                     Miller, William  Martin Luther King, Jr.: His Life, Martyrdom,

                                                                            and Meaning for the World

BIO KIN                     Oates, Stephen             Let the Trumpet Sound:  The Life of Martin

                                                                             Luther King, Jr.



VHS 323 KIN                                                 King’s  I Have a Dream” Speech.

VHS 323 MAR                                                Martin Luther King:  I Have a Dream

VHS 347.1 ROA                                             The Road to Brown:  Events Leading up to the

                                                                           1954 Brown vs. Board of Ed: 

VHS 815 MAR                                                Martin Luther King, Jr.

VHS BIO KIN                                                Martin, the Emancipator

VHS BIO KIN                                                Martin Luther King, Jr.