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Wrong versus right Those who make a difference

Willie Reed, an African-American man in Mississippi in 1955, saw a young man, Emmett Till, murdered.
Fourteen-year-old Emmett Till of Chicago had gone to the deep south to see his great uncle. At a time of titanic bigotry, Till made the mistake of flirting and whistling at a white woman.
While to those who never saw the African-Americans having to sit at the back of the bus, having to use the “colored” bathroom, and having to face discrimination simply because of the hands of fate, it is unimaginable.
The two white men who murdered Till were acquitted although Reed testified ...


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