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Martin Luther King, Jr.

Readings about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement curated for MLK Week at NYU.

How to Find Audio/Visual Materials

The Avery Fisher Center on the 7th floor of Bobst Library maintains a large number of physical and online audio and video materials related to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. These include recordings and films of Dr. King speaking, music using Dr. King's words as the vocal lyrics, and various other musical and cinematic works inspired by Dr. King's life, work, and legacy.

Find them by searching the library's online catalog, BobCat. Use keyword "Martin Luther King" or the subject heading "King, Martin Luther, Jr.", and then filter by Resource Type: Video or Audio.

A small selection of online-accessible materials are highlighted on this page.