||Watch Right Now! A Picture Book of Martin Luther King Jr. Read by LeVar Burton, Reading Rainbow Story Time – A biography of the Baptist minister and civil rights leader whose philosophy and practice of nonviolent civil disobedience helped American blacks win many battles for equal rights.|
||Read Right Now! 1956 Martin Luther King “Montgomery Story” Comic Book published by The Fellowship of the Reconciliation.|
Explore the books & links below to find out more about Martin Luther King Jr. and why the March on Washington was so important.
The words in I Have a Dream are the words from Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech which he delivered on August 28, 1963 during the March on Washington. Marchers came from all over to gather in front of the Lincoln Memorial. A lot more people watched the march and heard this speech on television.
The paintings in the book were done by Kadir Nelson. The book was named a 2013 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Honor Book.
- Downtown Indy Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
- Denver Post Photo Gallery: March on Washington
- Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
- National Geographic Kids: Martin Luther King Jr. in Pictures
- Library of Congress America’s Story: Martin Luther King Jr.
- BrainPop Movie: Martin Luther King Jr.
- Seattle Times: Martin Luther King Jr. & the Civil Rights Movement
- Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
- Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site
- IndyPL Ready to Read Blog: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Books about The March on Washington & “I Have a Dream”
Books about Martin Luther King Jr.
More Info Guides about Black History:
- Black History: Athletes
- Black History: Authors & Illustrators
- Black History: The Civil Rights Movement
- Black History: IndyPL Digital Collections
- Black History: Martin Luther King Jr.
- Black History: Musicians & Singers
- Black History: Painters & Artists
- Black History: Scientists & Inventors
- Black History: Slavery
- Read Right Now! Black History
- Read Right Now! African American Stories
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