Though I’ve previously shared resources about the murder of Emmett Till, I thought readers might find a compilation useful, especially in light of the new move about his murder:
Lesson Plan: The Emmett Till Story is from C-Span
“That Part’s Not True” is from Learning For Justice.
Moving read from @aaronlmorrison for @AP on how the photographs of Emmett Till have inspired subsequent generations of Black artists and how the original images have echoed, again and again, over the decades. https://t.co/AKRHbNLewI
— Mallika Sen (@mallikavsen) October 28, 2022
‘We can never forget’: Till movie sparks renewed conversations about the nation’s racist past is from NBC.
The Rev. Wheeler Parker Jr. is the last living witness of the kidnapping of Emmett Till.
Nearly 70 years later, he’ll still break down in tears when he describes what happened https://t.co/vOTmvj2bYd
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) March 12, 2023
“I Wanted the Whole World to See”: The Murder of Emmett Till is a teaching unit from Facing History.