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Mississippi Trial, 1955

A riveting fictionalized account of an actual event, as told from the perspective of a white teenage boy who discovers the evils of racism, recreates the brutal murder of Emmett Till, a fourteen-year-old African-American boy accused of flirting with a white woman, and the trial that ensued, leading to the emergence of the Civil Rights Movement.
Crowe
Reading Level 5.  
Interest Level 6-8.  
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