Martin Luther King’s leadership and moral authority has inspired black Americans for more than 50 years.
Young black people, proud and outspoken members of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), organized their own form of struggle, adopting the strategy of non-violence while pressing forward on broader social change.
The Carney Library commemorates Martin Luther King and the Black History Month 2016 with books by and about people who led the fight for racial justice and equality.
Check out them out! Discover the lives and experiences of men and women who changed society in the face of racism and brutality.