Emmett Till. Just a mention of his name brings about a number of emotions. In 1955 this young black man was brutally murdered for allegedly whistling at a white woman. Mother was a child and living near Los Angeles when the murder occurred and it sent shock waves through her family and community. In today’s episode, mother remembers what her world was like prior to and after Emmett Till’s murder.
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