Roundup: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.: Digitized Primary Documents, Audio, and Video
A special roundup of three of the many excellent resources featuring digitized materials (documents, video, and audio) in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2018.
1. The King Center Digital Archive
Keyword search and/or browse digitized primary documents by and about Dr. King.
2. Audio and Video Segments and Programs About Dr. King From the American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB)*
We’ve limited the results to only items that can be streamed online.
3. Videos Featuring or About Dr. King From the C-SPAN Video Library
View videos online. Includes video of March on Washington and Dr. King’s Meet the Press appearance on March 28, 1965.
* The AAPB’s excellent Voices from the Southern Civil Rights Movement online exhibit is also worthy of your attention.
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