Check out the African American Studies Research Guide for additional resources.
From John Lewis: "This book is for all of America. It is for all people, but especially young people, to understand the essence of the civil rights movement, to walk through the pages of history to learn about the philosophy and discipline of nonviolence, to be inspired to stand up to speak out and to find a way to get in the way when they see something that is not right, not fair, not just."
March Books 1, 2, 3 are available digitally (and free!) through the King County Library System (KCLS). All Green River students automatically have a free KCLS account for the library's electronic resources
Click below for instructions on how to access the digital books (and how to figure out what your free KCLS username and password are):