The King Center in Atlanta – Visit this Site
Established in 1968 by Coretta Scott King as a living memorial dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the work of Martin Luther King, Jr., the King Center can provide you with contacts for the King Holiday and a wide range of resources including King related news, historical information, and merchandise.
The National MLK Memorial – Visit this Site
Dr. King’s fraternity, Alpha Phi Alpha, Inc. is in the process of raising funds to build a national memorial to honor Dr. King on the grounds of the Nation’s Capitol The memorial will be located on the Tidal Basin. It will be on a four-acre site adjacent to the Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial and on a direct line between the Lincoln and the Jefferson memorials. Dr. King will be the first African American and only the second nonpresident to be so honored in Area I.
The MLK National Historic Site – Visit this Site
The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site’s Online Visitor Information Center makes it possible to visit Dr. King’s boyhood home, spiritual home and his final home without ever stepping foot in Atlanta.
The King Papers Project – Visit this Site
The King Papers Project is a major research effort to assemble and disseminate historical information concerning Martin Luther King, Jr. and the social movements in which he participated.
The National Civil Rights Museum – Visit this Site
The National Civil Rights Museum has a comprehensive overview of the civil rights movement in exhibit form.
Time 100 Leaders and Revolutionaries Profile – Visit this Site
Leaders and Revolutionaries. One hundred people who helped define the political and social fabric of our times.
The Seattle Times Tribute to Dr. King – Visit this Site
A Seattle Times site with a chronology of the civil rights movement and forum on the King legacy.