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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Behind the Lynching of Emmet Louis Till, 1955

 Book — Box 1, Book: 17
Collection number: MS/134-017
Scope and Contents

This is a fiery pamphlet regarding human rights abuses against African-Americans in the South. The pamphlet is not just about Emmet Till, whose murder helped galvanize the Civil Rights movement, but about violence against blacks throughout the South. The Auhtor was a civil rights activist who was the editor of Freedom, the newspaper founded by Paul Robeson. Compelling pamphlet from the early days of the Civil Rights Movement. - description by seller Author: Louis E. Burnham

Dates: 1955

Video 7: AAS 2001 Lecture Series # 2: The Story of Mary Turner: Neglected but Not Forgotten. 2001/02/08.

 Video Cassette — Box 5, video_cassette: 7
Collection number: 7
Scope and Contents

Dr. Julie Armstrong presents her research on Mary Turner. People in video: Hardin, Shirley; Hires, John; Brown, Louis, Armstrong, Julie. 3 copies.

Dates: 1995 - 2005