April 4, 1968 : Martin Luther King, Jr’s death and how it changed America / Michael Eric Dyson.
323.092 K53a 2008
The autobiography of Martin Luther King, Jr. / edited by Clayborne Carson.
323.0973 A939 1998
Cesar Chavez : autobiography of La Causa / Jacques E. Levy.
331.8813092 C512L 1975
The civil rights movement / Kevin Supples.
New Readers Collection 323.0973 S959c 2003
How race is lived in America : pulling together, pulling apart / correspondents of the New York Times ; introduction by Joseph Lelyveld.
305.800973 H847 2002
Martin Luther King, Jr. and the foundations of nonviolence / James P. Hanigan.
323.092 K53h 1984
Martin Luther King Jr. / Jean Darby.
New Readers Collection 323.092 K53d 2006
Martin Luther King, Jr. / Marshall Frady.
323.0973 K53f 2002
Martin Luther King, Jr. : minister and civil rights leader activist / Brendan January.
New Readers Collection 323.092 K53j 2000
My life with Martin Luther King, Jr. / Coretta Scott King.
Parting the waters : America in the King years, 1954-63 / Taylor Branch
973.0496 B816p 1989
The preacher King : Martin Luther King, Jr. and the word that moved America / Richard Lischer.
323.092 K53L 1997
When will I get in? / Sean Price.
New Readers Collection 305.896073 P946w 2007
The words of Martin Luther King, Jr. / selected by Coretta Scott King.
323.1196073 K53w 1996
Chicano politics and society in the late twentieth century [electronic resource] / edited by David Montejano.
Colored White [electronic resource] : transcending the racial past / David R. Roediger.
Disarming manhood : roots of ethical resistance [electronic resource]/ David A.J. Richards
Martin Luther King, Jr. [electronic resource] / Marshall Frady.
Voices in our blood [electronic resource] : America’s best on the civil rights movement / edited by Jon Meacham.
323.0973 A861 1993
791.45 B789 2001
305.8 C719 1994
323.4 E97 1986
323.4 F252 2005
331.8813 F471 1997
303.61 F697 2000 v. 1
323.092 K53m 2003
Martin Luther King week: opening ceremony [Highline Community College]
323.4092 K53 2003
Race, the power of an illusion. Episode three, The house we live in [videorecording]
305.8 R118p 2003
303.385 R118 2006
Racial disparity in the criminal justice system : Larry Gossett [Highline Community College production.]
363.232 R121g 2005
White privilege [videorecording] a lecture by Dr. Peggy McIntosh [Highline Community College production]
305.8 M499w 2004
The Wrath of grapes [videorecording] / United Farm Workers of America, AFL-CIO.
363.7384 W942 1986
Remembering Coretta and Martin Luther King, Jr. Provides “links to resources about Coretta Scott King and Martin Luther King, Jr.” including biographical information, chronologies, educational sites, popular documents (such as the “I Have a Dream” speech), and media pages. From the Poynter Institute, a “non-profit school for journalists.”
Martin Luther King, Jr. Newspaper Articles Archive A searchable archive of thousands of newspapers articles about this “African-American minister whose strong hope for social change never swerved his belief in nonviolence.” Also includes a timeline, a brief biography, and links to related sites. Some of the newspaper articles are fee-based.
The Seattle Times Archive on Martin Luther King, Jr. Information on Martin Luther King Jr., including a biography, text of speeches and writings, some audio features, photographs, and a timeline of Dr. King’s life and the civil rights movement. Also provides study guides, a quiz, and resource links, as well as reflections from others and an article about the holiday.
Citizen King Companion website to a PBS film on the life of Dr. King. It “explores the last five years in King’s life by drawing on the personal recollections and eyewitness accounts of friends, movement associates, journalists, law enforcement officers, and historians, to illuminate this little-known chapter in the story of America’s most important and influential moral leader.” Includes interview, an opinion poll, links to timelines, maps, and a teacher’s guide.
Washington DC Martin Luther King Jr National Memorial . Official website for this Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial that will be located on a “four-acre plot on the north east corner of the Tidal Basin within the precinct of the Jefferson Memorial and north of the memorial to President Roosevelt” in Washington, D.C. Features maps, a description of landscape elements, news, brief background about Dr. King, and photos from the commemorative groundbreaking held on November 13, 2006.
United Farm Workers in Washington State. The site contains an overview of the United Farm Workers (UFW) in Washington state, a gallery of photographs from the 1960s through the 1990s, and transcripts of interviews with people active in the movement. From the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies, University of Washington.
Campus Activism This interactive website presents many tools for progressive activists, including many interesting essays, calendars of events, campaigns to join (so you don’t have to invent your own), email lists, and a discussion forum.