Library curates resources to celebrate Civil Rights icon
Jul 20, 2020 | Atlanta, GA
As part of its ongoing commitment to embrace diversity in all its forms while supporting the research and learning functions of the Institute, the Georgia Tech Library invites students, faculty and staff to explore a curated collection of materials celebrating the life of Civil Rights icon John Lewis.
The “Remembering John Lewis” section of the Black Lives Matter reading room includes e-books, films, journal articles and primary source material from the NAACP database. Among the specific resources are a New York Times opinion piece he wrote in 1975, correspondence between Lewis and labor and activist groups, and original photography from the National Archive.
To view the resources, please visit the Black Lives Matter reading room, located on the Library’s website.