The World House Project


The World House Project offers multi-media educational material, document-based lesson plans, online courses, and historical material pertaining to the modern freedom struggle and the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. The goal is to provide inspiration and knowledge to realize King’s vision of a just and peaceful world.

Resources for Teachers and Students

Teaching Nonviolence

A collection of lesson plans, reading lists, and educational resources promoting the teaching of nonviolence.

The World House Podcast

The Podcast offers a series of interviews exploring the life of Martin Luther King, Jr., and his vision of a just and peaceful world.

Liberation Curriculum

A selection of document-based lesson plans focusing on global, nonviolent struggles for freedom and equality.

American Prophet

Online course that takes students to the places where Dr. King lived and led the civil rights movement in the 1950s – 1960s.

Digital Exhibits

Curated collections of primary resources on nonviolence, global freedom struggles, and the history of civil and human rights.

Additional Resources


Discover books on Martin Luther King’s life and the black freedom struggle.


Explore 300+ entries on civil rights figures, events, and organizations.


Navigate a timeline of Martin Luther King’s life from 1929 to 1968.