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Wolf Call

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In 1956, William Bradford Huie was a journalist for Look magazine. The previous year, Emmett Till a 14-year-old from Chicago went missing from a relative’s home while visiting Money, Mississippi. His mutilated body was later found floating in a local river. Roy Bryant, Jr. and J.W. Milam were acquitted of the boy’s murder. Bryant and [...]

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Box Brown

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This upcoming film tells the story of Henry “Box” Brown, an African American born into slavery in 1816 in Louisa County, Virginia. Although he was not subjected to physical violence, Henry’s story (the basis for One Noble Journey) demonstrates the cruelty of slavery was every bit as devastating to the heart as it could be [...]

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Dar He: The Lynching of Emmett Till

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Days after stepping off the train, 14-year-old Emmett Till from Chicago goes missing in Money, Mississippi. Later, the boy’s mutilated body is found in a river. William Bradford Huie of Look magazine interviews the people of Money to get to the root of what happened. The two men acquitted for the boy’s murder, Roy Bryant, [...]

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