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Martin Luther King Jr. at Arizona State University

Martin Luther King Jr. at Arizona State University

Martin Luther King Jr.'s speech entitled "Religious Witness for Human Dignity" presented at Goodwin Stadium, Arizona State University on June 3, 1964, including a brief recording of King's remarks to NAACP supporters at the Tanner AME Church in Phoenix earlier in the day. Related photographs and correspondence of President Durham are included.

For additional resources, see the Lincoln Ragsdale Emancipation Proclamation Audio Recordings, which are predominantly Sunday morning religious radio programs hosted by Austin Coleman, and sponsored by the Ragsdale Mortuary and the Valley Life Insurance Company. Programs were recorded to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.

ASU Open Access Scholarship

ASU Open Access Scholarship

The ASU Scholarship Showcase contains open access, scholarly materials from ASU authors – free and unrestricted. Read more at the Open Access Resources Libguide.

Jeannette Shambaugh Elliott Collection of Calligraphy

Jeannette Shambaugh Elliott Collection of Calligraphy

A collaboration between ASU Libraries, the Phoenix Art Museum, and ASU Institute for Humanities Research.