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MLK Day Learning Resources

View contemporary coverage of the Civil Rights Movement from two Roanoke, VA television stations. [...] »

Primary and secondary sources document the minority struggle for civil rights in Seattle's history. [...] »

More than 1,400 speeches, sermons, and other writings of Martin Luther King, mostly covering the period from 1929 to 1968 [...] »

Smithsonian curators examine a photograph of civil rights activist Medgar Evers (1925-1963). [...] »

Distinguished historian and lifelong civil rights activist Professor John Hope Franklin discusses his careers as educator, scholar, and activist. [...] »

Captures significant events and personalities of the 20th century through 107 audio items, including speeches, addresses, and private telephone conversations. [...] »

Examine segregation and desegregation through summaries and the court's opinions for two major cases. [...] »

150 oral history interviews and 16 collections of documents address the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. [...] »

NAACP Chairman of the Board Julian Bond talks about the views of Martin Luther King Jr. [...] »

Economist and author Dr. Julianne Malveaux delivers the keynote address for MIT's Annual Breakfast Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. [...] »