Video Jan 6, 2022

Park for Till: Standing in Places

The tragic murder of Emmett Till and the strength and resolve of his mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, catalyzed the modern civil rights movement. A national park site will honor their legacy and ensure that their story is never forgotten.

Learn more from NPCA’s Senior Director of Cultural Resources Alan Spears as he discusses why standing in places where history took place matters.

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