From The Library
Honoring Dr. King
This week we honor the life of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. who is one of the most iconic leaders of the 1960s civil rights movement. You can find lots of biographies and memoirs about the man. Our access to Libby through SAILS includes: the "Becoming King" ebook. Read this book to learn how Dr. King become the icon we think of today.
All you need to access the Overdrive/Libby collections in your UMass Lowell email address and password. You can find an abundance of ebooks and audiobooks.
Dr. King Lowell Visit
Did you know that Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. came to Lowell? He spoke at the First United Baptist Church, Church Street while he was a student in the doctoral program at Boston University. Delivered on April 12, 1953, his speeches were titled “What it means to be a Negro in the South” and “What does it mean to believe in God?” Discover more about his visit in our LibGuide: Untold Lowell Stories: Black History.