MLK Freedom Library
Thomas H. Slater Center 2 Fisher Court, White Plains, NY 10601
The library is open an additional day every week! See below.
and by appointment: call 914-525-3076
Fiction and Nonfiction books and media for adults,
youth and children in subjects including:
Peace, Nonviolence, Anti-Racism, the Civil Rights Movement,
Dr. King and other Great Peacemakers, Other outstanding African-Americans,
African-American History, African and African American reference
books and more.
The Institute’s free lending library is located at the Thomas H. Slater Center in downtown White Plains. This growing collection of books and media for adults and children covers topics like nonviolence, the Civil Rights Movement, African American history, works by and about Dr. King, and much more. The Freedom Library holds programs for after-school groups and arranges special events for groups upon request.
The Library has an annual Book Fair to celebrate Dr. King’s birthday at a major bookstore in downtown White Plains. For details, visit the Library website.
The MLK Freedom Library is open to the public at the listed hours or by appointment.
Monday 3 pm - 6 pm
Tuesday 3 pm - 6 pm
Thursday 3 pm - 6 pm
Friday 11 am - 2 pm
The Library is located at 2 Fisher Court, White Plains NY 10601.