This year the College's Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration takes its inspiration from John Lewis' appeal to get in "good trouble." Check out our book display on the main floor of the library (across from the IT Help Desk) and our online display between January 15th and February 29th centered on this year's theme: “Good Trouble: Dream Big, Act Bigger.” The library displays highlight recent acquisitions that address historical and contemporary issues of race and racism.

Read more about the Power of Good Trouble and the March on Washington on the African American History Blog of the Library of Congress website.