If you don't have access to a library, the Andy Rowell Church Leadership Blog has a great roundup of ways to explore the works of Karl Barth. And if you want to check out the Digital Karl Barth Library, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll send you a username and password good for 30 days!
You also may have heard that earlier this month, James Fowler, the Alabama State Trooper who fatally shot peaceful protestor Jimmie Lee Jackson in 1965, was sentenced to a six-month prison sentence. The killing was part of the inspiration for the marches from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, and our friends over at Smithsonian Folkways offer two albums documenting these marches (which you can find in our Smithsonian Global Sound® collection, as well). "Freedom Songs: Selma, Alabama" features freedom songs sung by protestors and was recorded by Carl Benkert, one of the night watchmen during the watches (Mr. Benkert passed away just a little before Fowler's sentencing). The other, "WNEW's Story of Selma", is a radio broadcast documentary featuring Pete Seeger, len Chandler, and the Freedom Voices recalling their experiences at the march and singing freedom songs.