Emmett Till Interpretive Center, a civil rights museum in Sumner, MS
INTERPRETIVE CENTER

The Emmett Till Interpretive Center exists to tell the story of the Emmett Till tragedy and to point a way towards racial healing. Learn more about our museum.

INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Tallahatchie County Courthouse courtroom where the 1955 trial of Emmett Till's murderers Roy Bryant and JW Milam took place.
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Book your tour of the Emmett Till Interpretive Center and the Tallahatchie County Courthouse, a site on the National Register of Historic Places, today.

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Image of the Tallahatchie River from the Black Bayou Bridge where Emmett Till's body may have been dropped into the river.
EMMETT TILL MEMORY PROJECT

Learn more about our mobile app that provides self-guided tours of Mississippi and Chicago sites related to the Emmett Till tragedy.

EMMETT TILL MEMORY PROJECT
Emmett Till Memorial Commission vandalized commemorative sign at river site where Emmett Till's body was found
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Your donations support our work to preserve historic sites and to educate the public about the tragedy of Emmett Till.

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