By no means a complete list of all the historical and philosophical material available on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the following list provides a good introduction to his life, work, legacy and impact.
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The King Center
The King Center (Atlanta) – The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change (“The King Center”) is the official memorial to Dr. King, founded by his family, and contains his historic archives. The website contains a vast array of information and media.
Dr. King’s Own Works
- The Martin Luther King, Jr.Research and Education Institute at Stanford University assembles and disseminates comprehensive resources about King’s life and the movements he inspired.
Books & Study Guides
- Books by MLK (list from GoodReads)
- Martin Luther King Jr.: 12 essential reads (by Carolyn Kellogg in the LA Times, 2013)
- The Road to Memphis
The National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis)