View the Southside Home of Emmett Till

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About this Event

Emmett Till was a 14-year-old African-American who became an icon of the civil rights movement after he was lynched while visiting Mississippi in 1955. The South Side Home he shared with his mother was granted landmark status this past January to shield it from demolition or alteration. This is the first step for non-profit owners Blacks in Green to convert the home into a museum. 

When

Sun., 2-27-2022
9 a.m.


Where

Home of Emmett Till
6427 S St Lawrence Ave, Chicago, IL 60637


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