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A few days full of trouble : revelations on the journey to justice for my cousin and best friend, Emmett Till

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"In 1955, Emmett Till was lynched when he was 14 years old. That remains an undisputed fact of the case that ignited a flame within the civil rights movement that has yet to be extinguished. Yet the rest of the details surrounding the case remain distorted by time and too many tellings. What does justice mean in the resolution of a 66 year-old cold case? In A Few Days Full of Trouble, this question drives a new telling of the story of Emmett Till, relayed by his cousin and best friend-the Reverend Wheeler Parker, Jr., a survivor of the night of terror when 14-year-old Emmett was taken from his family's rural Mississippi Delta home in the dead of night"--

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Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs 364.1 Par (Text)
Adult Nonfiction
Macedon Public Library 364.13 PAR (Text)
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