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This Oscar-nominated documentary chronicles many defining moments of MLK’s career, including footage of key speeches.View on CountyCat
by McGhee, Heather C.
In this deeply researched book, the economist delves into the ways that racism and racist policies leave everyone worse off.
This documentary highlights major moments from the civil rights movement, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the March on Washington.View on CountyCat
by David L. Crane
Presents more than 200 nonviolent weapons along with the stories of the campaigns and the activists that fueled the civil rights cause.View on CountyCat
by Thomas E. Ricks
Ricks explores how the civil rights movement used military tactics like having clear goals, adopting a tactical approach, carefully training troops, and seeing the mission through, to advance the war for equality.View on CountyCat
by Clint Smith
Readers embark on a remarkable tour of monuments and landmarks in this well-researched examination of slavery which provides insight on how memory and history have shaped America.View on CountyCat
by Devin Allen
Through words and pictures, this book offers a look at the resistance that has empowered Black lives for generations. It is a reminder of our moral responsibility to break unjust laws and take action.View on CountyCat
by Tomiko Brown-Nagin
As the first black woman to be appointed as a federal judge, and the first black woman to argue a case before the Supreme Court, civil rights pioneer Constance Baker Motley has led an extraordinary lifeView on CountyCat
by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Two of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's memorable speeches, which he delivered in 1958 at the First National Conference on Christian Education.View on CountyCat
by Martin Luther King Jr
A collection of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s sermon that emphasis the power of love and compassion in transforming communities.View on CountyCat