Martin Luther King Jr. Display A Book Display Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Nonviolent Efforts to Resist Racial Segregation
January 19, 2023
The Leatherby Libraries presents a display on Martin Luther King Jr. to start the new year!
This display honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his nonviolent efforts to resist racial segregation in the United States.
The display includes books such as I Have A Dream by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Dear Dr. King: Letters from Today’s Children to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by Jan Colbert and Ann McMillan Harms, The Autobiography of Martin Luther King Jr. by Lerone Bennett Jr., and Meet Martin Luther King Jr. by Johnny Ray Moore. All of these books present the facts on how Dr. King made a substantial impact on the world, how he acted while making efforts to change segregation in the United States, and how people are still remembering and praising him today.
Check out this display on the First Floor of the Leatherby Libraries through January. The complete bibliography for this display can be viewed on Chapman Digital Commons here.
This display is curated by Leatherby Libraries student employees Isabella Piechota ‘25 and Kalea Brown ’26.