We honored Martin Luther King, Jr. Day this past Monday, January 16. To mark the occasion The King Center opened their archive of over 200,000 documents to the public. The archive includes Dr. King’s personal letters, articles, sermons and photographs. This is an incredible resource that enables you to get access to primary documents. The digitization process itself took about 9 months with 400 people working to make it happen – a pretty quick turnaround time if you think about all the work involved.
You can head directly to the archives by clicking here. This is a great resource and you should take the time to explore and see what you find.
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