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The Emmett Till Book Now Available in eBook Formats; (Plus Two FREE Bonus Audio and eBooks)

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Many have asked if THE EMMETT TILL BOOK, BY SUSAN KLOPFER, my most popular CIVIL RIGHTS NONFICTION book on the murder of this young Chicago boy, is available as an eBook for PDF, Nook and/or Mac (ePub). The answer is YES! I have listed these online bookstores below followed by two free bonuses (a free version of […]

Coming to Emmett Till Blog; Interview with Leading Till Historian, Devery Anderson

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Devery Anderson, a leading Emmett Till historian, author, speaker and blogger will share some of his newest findings and thoughts about Emmett Till in an upcoming interview on this blog. Be sure to subscribe to this blog today so that you will not miss this fascinating post. Susan

New York Woman Has Vivid Memories Of Mississippi Childhood; Remembers The Day She Heard About Emmett Till

For Senetta Smith, the road to literacy has been long. Ms. Smith, 68, talked to news reporter Clyde Haberman of the New York Times about her hardscrabble childhood in a sharecropper family in rural Mississippi, toiling in the fields from sunup to sundown. “As vivid as yesterday for her is the day in 1955 when […]

Who Killed Emmett Till

* * * * * In this video by the History Channel, here’s an opportunity to see Money, Miss. and hear the story of what happened to Emmett Till. Includes interviews with relatives, photographs, excerpts from plays — it is wonderful! If you want to know why this is a cold case, take a look.