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Welcome to our MLK Jr. Day online exhibition focusing on this year's theme, Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it. Our library display highlights recent acquisitions that address historical and contemporary issues of race and racism. Browse our selection of online library resources, and visit our physical book display on the main level of the library (across from the IT help desk) through February 28.
MLK Jr. Day
Surrounded by other civil rights leaders, Martin Luther King Jr. speaks during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in August 1963.
Read this account in the Union Leader--MLK Day in NH: Getting there was hard work--for more information on celebrating this important holiday in New Hampshire.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.