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Emmett Till, a 14-year old black boy from Chicago was brutally murdered in 1955 while vacationing in Money, Mississippi, accused of whistling at a local white woman. This incident became a national issue and the springboard for the civil rights movement. It gives voice to Emmett’s mother and her determination that her son’s death not go unnoticed. Directed by Ruth Cantrell.

Emmett Till, a 14-year old black boy from Chicago was brutally murdered in 1955 while vacationing in Money, Mississippi, accused of whistling at a local white woman. This incident became a national issue and the springboard for the civil rights movement. It gives voice to Emmett’s mother and her determination that her son’s death not go unnoticed. Directed by Ruth Cantrell.

Emmett Till, a 14-year old black boy from Chicago was brutally murdered in 1955 while vacationing in Money, Mississippi, accused of whistling at a local white woman. This incident became a national issue and the springboard for the civil rights movement. It gives voice to Emmett’s mother and her determination that her son’s death not go unnoticed. Directed by Ruth Cantrell.

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Bishop Arts Theatre Center
215 S. Tyler St.
Dallas, TX 75208
http://www.tecotheater.org/season.php

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$16.50-$22
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