A young black man is killed in Mississippi, and a modern civil rights movement begins. Fourteen-year-old Emmett Till was tortured and murdered on Aug. 28, 1955 in the cotton hamlet of Money, Miss. for whistling at a white woman. The two men who killed him never spent a day in prison But Rosa Parks of Montgomery, Alabama knew the time had arrived for her to demand a seat in the front of a city bus, honoring the death of this school boy.
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