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A new movie by Chinonye Chukwu is on the way about the lives of Emmett Till and his mother, Mamie Till Mobley

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Several movies related to Emmett Till that are supposed to come out in the next few years.

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She @highschool of recording arts makes the #NeverAgain pledge. Let’s join her & make a promise to each other and our children by joining the #NeverAgainMovement and making the #NeverAgainPledge Try this…Look in the face of your children, grand children, family members and/or the youth you encounter frequently and read the #NeverAgain pledge. We believe that if we are willing to commit to the #NeverAgainMovementAndPledge ….change will come. Yes! It means responsibility and yes we would be accountable to each other and our Community and the lives that are tragically lost to racism, hate and violence..What is there to lose? For more info Check out and like the “Never Again” Movement and Pledge Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Never-Again-Movement-and-Pledge/136014269806914 And EmmettTillLegacyFoundation.com #TimeForUnity #Aug28 #EmmettTill60 #RememberingEmmettTill #SpiritofEmmettTill #EmmettTill #BlackLivesMatter #RememberEmmettTill #SpiritOfMamieTillMobley #Jayz #WillSmith @chazebert #ChrisBenson #DavidBarr #EmmettTillMovie #hbo #justicefortrayvon #justiceformikebrown #justiceforjordandavis #sandrabland #justiceforkj #JusticeforRekiaBoyd #justiceforoscargrant #neveragainchallenge

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First off i want to say this, for 100 years of cinema and big screen and television, blacks have AWLAYS been portrayed negatively. Now when we come with historical “ACTUAL FACTS”, you want to end the careers of those who are telling the truth about you – how you were back then and how you still are today. I’m just saying. Now, this probably isn’t news to you, but its news to me. I’m actually excited about this. First Nate Parker with “Birth of a Nation” and now, hopefully, Taraji will give us Emmett’s side of the story. Not a documentary that white America will try to sweep under the rug and gloss over playing on their History channel, but a blockbuster they asses can’t run away from. When they’re trying to choose what movie their going to see, BOOM, a title that is going to remind them of how savage, ruthless, detestable, and evil they were back then and how they still are today. Hold your white guilt, we don’t need and don’t care for it (besides the fact that the white woman felt guilt and remorse all of a sudden, on her death bed and recanted – we’ll take that). This thing is going ti be all black. Black directors and black headliners. #tarajiphenson #mamietill #emmetttill #emmetttillmovie #johnsingleton #hollywoodracism #hollywoodsoracist #trayvonmartin #blackkidsslainbycops – – #wakeupblackpeople #blackunity #blacknationalism #blackeconomics #blackmoneymatters #supportblackbusinesses #supportblacktalent #blackpower #blackisbeautiful #blackdontcrack #fuckwhitesupremacy #fuckbluelivesmatter #blacklivesmatter #raciam #whiteguilt #whiteprivilege

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THANK YOU to Jay Z, Will Smith and Aaron Kaplan for keeping Emmett Till’s legacy alive for generations to come. Join the family of Emmett Till; The @Emmetttilllegacyfoundation tomorrow July 25 for a Time for Unity! Wear Black and White on his 74th Birthday! A silent yet powerful way to show that we will Never Forget him, and others who have lost their lives to violence and #racism There will be a moment of silence at noon cst tomorrow as well. Like our Facebook page Search Emmett Till Legacy Foundation. Follow us on Twitter: the handle is @ EmmettTill Read Nellie Andreeva’s article on Deadline.com for the full story regarding the movie. Thank you on behalf of the @EmmettTillLegacyFoundation To reach the foundation email [email protected] #EmmettTill #EmmettTillMovie #JayZ #WillSmith #AaronKaplan #civilrightsmovement #Newmovie

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For story suggestions or custom animation requests, contact [email protected] Visit http://archive.nextanimationstudio.com to view News Direct’s complete archive of 3D news animations. RESTRICTIONS: Broadcast: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN Digital: NO USE JAPAN, NO USE TAIWAN The U.S. Justice Department has reopened the 63-year-old murder case of a black teen, whose violent death helped build momentum for the civil rights movement. CNN reports that in 1955, while visiting family in Money, Mississippi, Emmett Till was falsely accused of making advances on a white woman named Carolyn Donham. Four days later, Donham’s husband Roy Bryant and his half brother J.W. Milam kidnapped the 14-year-old. He was beaten viciously and then shot in the head. The boy’s mutilated body was found in the Tallahatchie River, weighed down by a 75-pound cotton gin fan that had been strapped to his neck with barbed wire. Despite being identified by eyewitnesses and admitting to the kidnapping, Bryant and Milam were acquitted by an all-white jury. A year later, the pair confessed to the murder during a magazine interview but weren’t retried. Renewed interest in the case was supposedly sparked by the discovery of new information, though what is remains unspecified. Some believe it may have to do with the release of a book on the murder, in which Donham admits to lying about Till grabbing and making vulgar remarks to her. —————————————-­­—————————————­-­—————- Next Animation Studio’s News Direct service provides daily, high-quality, informative 3D news animations that fill in for missing footage and help viewers understand breaking news stories or in-depth features on science, technology, and health. Sign up for a free trial of News Direct’s news animations at http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio… To subscribe to News Direct or for more info, please visit: http://newsdirect.nextanimationstudio..

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The family of Emmett Till, a black boy murdered in Mississippi 64 years ago after allegedly whistling at a white woman, have reacted with fury after the woman linked to the notorious case admitted that the most incendiary parts of the story she told about him were a lie and she now feels ‘tender sorrow’. Till, a 14-year-old black boy from Chicago, was shot and beaten to death and disfigured beyond recognition by two white men in racially segregated Mississippi in 1955 after stopping at a store to buy two cents of bubble gum. The men walked free, acquitted of murder by an all-male, all-white jury in an hour despite having already admitted the crime to law enforcement. In a newly revealed 10-year-old interview to be published in a book today, Carolyn Bryant, the wife of one of the men arrested for Till’s murder and the woman whose testimony carried the case, admitted her account was ‘not true’. Speaking to DailyMail.com after Bryant’s confession was revealed, Till’s cousin Wheeler Parker who was with him the night of the incident – and when he was taken from his bed to his death, said: ‘My family thinks she’s trying to make money but being a preacher, I think she is trying to find a way to go heaven now.’ Parker, now a pastor of a church in Illinois that Till and his mother attended, added: ‘Whatever the motive, I am very pleased that she’s telling the truth.’ But others from Till’s family are upset that it has taken 10 years for Bryant’s confession to be made public, published in a book The Blood of Emmett Till by Duke University professor Timothy Tyson. Airicka Gordon-Taylor, who is Till’s mother’s cousin and the family’s spokeswoman, said: ‘There are people who have died in the last 10 years whose lives were very impacted by what happened in 1955….that disturbs me.’ The horror unfolded on a night in August 1955 when Bryant, then 21, had been working at the store the night Till went to buy gum. Shortly after leaving the store, it’s likely he whistled at her. On the stand, she told the court that he had grabbed her and verbally accosted her. In her evocative testimony, she couldn’t bring herself to say the ‘unprintable’ word he’d said to her – only that he told her he’d done ‘something’ with white women before. It took the jury less than an hour to acquit Roy Bryant, and his half-brother John Milam of Till’s murder. A jury member later said: ‘We wouldn’t have taken so long if we hadn’t stopped to drink pop.’ At the time, Mississippi had very few white on black crime convictions and led the nation in lynchings. Several months later, the men admitted killing Emmett in an interview with Look Magazine, safe in the knowledge they were protected by double jeopardy laws, and were paid $3,000 for sharing their story. Bryant now 82, has kept silent for six decades and her whereabouts have been kept secret by her family. The new book’s author said the case ‘went a long way to ruining her life’. She could never escape its notoriety. During their interview in 2007, Tyson said it was evident that the times had changed Bryant, then called Carolyn Bryant Donham, having remarried. Regarding her statement that Emmett grabbed and verbally abused her, she simply said, ‘that part’s not true,’ Tyson told Vanity Fair. She claims she doesn’t remember anything else about the evening. He said: ‘She was glad things had changed [and she] thought the old system of white supremacy was wrong, though she had more or less taken it as normal at the time.’ Carolyn told him nothing Emmett could have done would have justified his death, and that she feels ‘tender sorrow’ for his mother, known as Mamie Till-Mobley, who campaigned for civil rights for her entire life until she died in 2003. After Emmett’s death, his mother insisted that his funeral be an open casket so that the world could see what had been done to him. The image of his inflated, contorted face was published on the cover of Jet Magazine and ignited and mobilized the public to rally for equal rights. Bryant said that losing her own son helped her to understand and sympathize with the grief Emmett’s mother felt. But Till’s surviving family reacted with fury to this sympathy. Gordon-Taylor who runs the Mamie Till Mobley Memorial Foundation said: ‘She is a coward…How dare she compare losing her son to Mamie losing Emmett? ‘There is no comparison. Your son most likely died in normal circumstances but you caused Emmett to be murdered in a very heinous way.’ She added that she cannot understand why the author waited 10 years before publishing the confession. Tyson had explained the delay by saying: ‘I’m more interested in what speaks to the ages than in what is the latest media thing.’

 

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