About Emmett Till: Sixty years ago, on August 28, 1955, 14–year–old Emmett Till , a vibrant black youth from Chicago and the only son of Mamie Till Mobley, was visiting family in Mississippi. He had been accused of whistling at a white woman, Carolyn Bryant at the Bryant grocery store in Money, Mississippi. He was […]
EMMETT TILL DAY RESOLUTION (Written in part by Emmett Till Memorial Commission and Emmett Till Legacy Foundation)
EMMETT TILL DAY RESOLUTION In memory and Honor of Emmett Till as we commemorate the 60th year anniversary of his death, We request that every state, city, county, community and organization adopt the following resolution. MAKE It an official Emmett Till Day in your area. Please send us your intent and confirm with a […]
Join us annually on January 6. We ask you to please pause for a moment of silence as we Remember the mother of #EmmettTill who passed 1/6/03 #Stand #Live #SpiritOfMamieTillMobley Her pain, courage and grace changed the course of his/herstory. #SpiritOfMamieTillMobley #IRememberEmmettTill
LOVING FROM THE INSIDE OUT™ “a women’s empowerment symposium” Saturday, March 28, 2015 Florida pan handle and surrounding areas (Georgia, Alabama, Lousiana, Mississippi and beyond) ….Get ready for this life changing, powerful experience. It’s your turn and your time! You don’t want to miss this! Sista’s outside of the area are invited too! Make […]
Remembering Emmett Till: Keeping The Legacy Alive 59 years later! Legacy Luncheon Thursday, Aug 28, 2014 Jackson, MS
St. John Divine Missionary Baptist Church and the Pensacola Branch of the NAACP will sponsor two events promoting racial unity in Pensacola On Monday, August 25th at 6:00 p.m.and Wednesday, August 27th at 6:00 p.m.
PRESS RELEASE FROM NAACP-PensacolaMedia Contact: Dr. Eurydice Stanley(612) 888-7934 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:St. John Divine Missionary Baptist Church and the Pensacola Branch of the NAACP will sponsor two events promoting racial unity in Pensacola this week. On Monday, August 25th at 6:00 p.m., the Pensacola NAACP Youth Council will host an event open to youth (ages 5-18) […]
A CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS: For the 2015 “Loving From The Inside Out” a Women’s Empowerment Symposium
A CALL FOR PRESENTATION PROPOSALS:For the March 28, 2015, Loving From The Inside Out (LFTIO) Women’s Empowerment Symposium to be held in Pensacola, Florida. Looking for women of color presenters who are experts in their field, have an inspiring and empowering story to tell and can effectively address the issues that challenge women today: health, […]
A Time for Unity in Black and White: Annual Nationwide and Global Announcement: July 14, 2014 For Immediate Release: A TIME FOR UNITY IN BLACK AND WHITE: Please join us! Let’s Remember Emmett Till and those who have lost their lives (#TrayvonMartin, #JordanDavis, #OscarGrant, #RenishaMcBride and so many others) to hate, violence and racism […]
The Emmett Till Legacy Foundation cordially invites you to the 55th year anniversary gala and benefit,“Time of Reflection and Remembrance” in honor of Emmett Louis Till. Featuring “Music for Emmett,” a silent/live auction, Celebrity Ambassadors and more. Friday, August 27, 2010 at 7:00pmSmart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago5550 S. Greenwood Avenue – Chicago, […]
The 55th anniversary, “Time of Reflection and Remembrance,” will take place in Chicago, IL the weekend of August 27-29th, 2010. All are welcome. For more information please email or call us at 1-888-472-2422.