Images that Started a Movement
See how photographers and journalists brought the Till story to the public’s attention and ignited a flame for justice that would not be extinguished.
Show Your Support
The fight for equality, inclusion, and justice continues today. The following organizations continue the battle for civil rights, just as their namesakes once did. Please show your support for the continued impact of these critically important organizations.
Founded in 2005, ETLF is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization committed to preserve the memory and legacy of Emmett Louis Till July 25,1941-August 28-1955 and his mother Mamie Till Mobley’s hope for justice and that his death will not be in vain. Though Emmett Till Institute for Learning and Leadership (E-TILL) we are “creating a legacy of hope” and building an important bridge from the past to the present and future.
The Emmett Till
Medgar and Myrlie Evers are widely regarded as two of the greatest leaders of the civil rights movement. Medgar Evers was a pioneering visionary for civil rights in the 1950s and early 1960s in Mississippi. From the beginning, Myrlie Evers worked alongside her husband. In the years following his assassination, she continued the pioneering work they had begun together.
The Medgar & Myrlie
The Withers Collection is among the most culturally significant photo collections of the 20th century. Dr. Ernest C. Withers’ lens captured struggles, dreams, and victories. From iconic events and faces to everyday people, the Withers’ photos tell compelling stories of the human experience.
THE INSPIRED COLLECTION
Inspired by the Till movie, this collection is dedicated to Emmett Till's mother, Mamie Till Mobley.
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