Kanopy is offering tons of good movies about Martin Luther King for free(with your library card) this holiday! They offer King: a Filmed Record, Parts 1 & 2, a 1970 Oscar nominated documentary. This follows King’s life and rise to become one of the world’ leading civil rights activists. The Chicago Sun-Times said, “Unlike many films that examine the past, this one does not remind us of how far we have come. It reminds us how far we have to go.” And it gets a 7.7/10 on IMDb. Kanopy also offers Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr: A Historical Perspective, a 1994 doc from Thomas Friedman. This movie contains rarely seen film footage and photographs, being endorsed by the King Foundation, and explores his beliefs and methods. And it gets a 7.4/10 on IMDb. The documentary The March, is also available, a PBS special from 2013, narrated by Denzel Washington. This tells of the planning and production of the great March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, with footage of the wonderful event and first-hand account of people who took part, both famous and not so famous. And it get a 7/10 on IMDb. Kanopy also has the wonderful 14-part PBS series Eyes on the Prize. This award-winning series from 1987 & 1990 covers the years 1954-1985 in the Civil Rights Movement, and spans everything from Brown v. The Board of Education, to the Selma and Montgomery marches, to Malcolm X. And it get an amazing 9.1/10 on IMDb. And, finally, if you want to hear the great speeches again that never fail to amaze and uplift, Kanopy offer Martin Luther King, Jr: I Have A Dream, from 2004. This is a historical compilation of speeches from the Lincoln Memorial, in 1963, to King’s final speech, the day before his assassination, from April 3, 1968.So there’s a ton of good movies that educate and honor Dr King today, to inspire us and maybe get us active ourselves, in movements going on across the country. And they’re all free, with your library card. You can sign up here, and enjoy them right now!