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Museum visit

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library

As new generations of researchers seek to understand the issues that we face today, the knowledge of our shared identities must stand as a testament to past struggles and the victories that helped to shape American society. However, the challenge to providing access in the 21st century lies not in the documents but rather the methods by which they are retrieved.

Through the innovations of modern technology, information can be delivered in a variety of formats. The user is therefore required to have some knowledge of their subject matter as well as a measure of proficiency with these new formats, in order to navigate to a successful inquiry.


Fall & Spring Semesters

Monday-Thursday: 8:30am - 6:30pm
Friday: 8:30am - 5:00pm


Monday-Friday: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Closed weekends and holidays

Audre Lorde event

In Partnership with the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library @ Syracuse University and Humanities New York, we're happy to present "Your Silence Will Not Protect You!: The Writing of Audre Lorde featuring the Gender, Black Feminism and Environmental Justice Ford Foundation Collection."

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