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Despite all the buzz concerning the Justice Department’s decision to reopen the case of Emmett Till, the 14-year-old black boy kidnapped, …
Houston Chronicle · 14h
I can't get home from here except I cross the Little Tallahatchie River, a tributary of the Tallahatchie, into which the mutilated body of 14-year-old …
NOLA.com · 4d
Watts hopes that the Justice Department's decision to reopen the investigation into Till's murder will bring long-awaited justice to her family. "It's …
NPR · 4d
“I think everybody needed to know what had happened to Emmett Till,” she said in a PBS documentary interview. Those words ring loudly amid news …
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls … · 1d
“I think everybody needed to know what had happened to Emmett Till,” she said in a PBS documentary interview. Those words ring loudly amid news …
Kennebec Journal · 2d
The brutal murder of Emmett Till, a black Chicago youth, in Mississippi nearly 63 years ago went unpunished, but not forgotten. A decision by his …
Omaha · 1d
Emmett Till was lynched in 1955, in a small town in Mississippi ... And we learned Thursday that the Justice Department has officially …
Hartford Courant · 2d
Last week brought the news that the federal government has, in the words of The New York Times, quietly revived its investigation into the killing of …
Dallas Morning News · 2d
A man who came to the door at her residence declined to comment about the investigation. Deborah Watts, co-founder of the Emmett Till …
CBS News · 5d
"I think everybody needed to know what had happened to Emmett Till," she said in a PBS documentary interview. Those words ring loudly amid news …
The State Journal-Register · 1d