Explore Dr. King's life and enduring legacy, including his own writings and publications, as well as works that reflect upon the historical events of the civil rights movement.
Andrew Young has been an activist, diplomant, politician and elected official. His autobiography recounts is own life and the lives of others who were involved in the Civil Rights Movement.
As Dr. King prepared for the Birmingham Campaign in early 1963, he drafted the final sermons for Strength to Love, a volume of his most well known homilies.
March is popping up all over the place on best graphic novel lists for 2013, and rightfully so. This is the first book in a planned trilogy that tells of the struggle of Congressman John Lewis, his first hand experience of the Jim Crow South, and his experience living through segregation and choosing to fight against it through his participation in key Civil Rights moments, such as the March on Washington and the Selma-Montgomery March. Fantastic assignment book for teachers looking for an engaging document to bring the struggle for racial equality for African Americans to light.
The first in a three volume series, this Pulitzer Prize winning book recounts the life of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the decade preceding his emergence as a national figure.
Dr. King’s first book, he tells the story of the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the beginning of the Nonviolent Civil Rights Movement, as well as the strategies which made the movement a success.
Martin Luther King's classic exploration of the events and forces behind the Civil Rights Movement, including his Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963.