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JRN 309A - Narrative Journalism: MLK

Knowing how to search for information is the first step in non-fiction narrative writing. Possessing the skills needed to search for primary source information is critical. Below are links to sites that can provide you with that type of data.

Books in MacPhaidin Library's Collection

MLK Sources

Libraries, museums and government agencies provide a wealth of information about Martin Luther King Jr.’s life, work and assassination. Visit these sites and you will find a variety of resources: biographical information, primary source material (such as photographs, speeches, and oral history transcripts) and government documents.

Newspaper Collections in MacPhaidin Library

Newspaper Collections Available Online

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