Emmett Till AKA "Bobo"

Emmett Till was born on July 25, 1941 and died on August 28, 1955 (14 years old Due to homicide) Emmett Till was killed because he had whistled at a white woman while roaming the streets of Mississippi

She had then told her husband who had then found Emmet and hurt then killed him

He was just being a normal teenager and it was okay to do so up north from where he was from

Lasting Impact- Emmett Till's murder was a spark in the upsurge of activism and resistance that became known as the civil rights movement. The sight of his brutalized body pushed many who had been content to stay on the sidelines

How did he influenced the civil rights movement?

Emmett Till has been served as a reminder of the bad effects of ignoring the problem.His story inspired many outlets, such as the interest from many historians and scholars.Jay Z and Will Smith said that they are going to work with Whoopie Goldberg to make a movie about Emmett Till.Books such as The Face of Emmett Till were part-written by Emmett Till’s late mother, and she wanted an open casket so people worldwide can see the effects and harm caused on Emmett Till.

Howdid Emmett affected society ?

He whistled at a white women. He has been kidnapped, brutally beaten and shot in the head. Then an all-white jury acquitted the defendants who confessed to the killing. They said that they intended only to beat the teen but decided to kill him when he showed no fear.

One fact the killers of Emmett Till is J.W. Milam and Roy Bryant

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmett_Till(all about Emmett)

Rosa Parks(AKA the mother of Civil Rights)
Rosa Parks was born on February 4, 1913 and died on October 24, 2005. ( 92 years old Due to natural causes)
She wasn't actually the first person to refuse to leave her seat for a white male/female She had been arrested for not wanting to move seats on a bus for a white man Completely normal at the time for a white male to kick an African American out of his/her seat at the time A 15 year old named Claudette Colvin was actually the first person that had not gotten up for a white man, though he had not made such a big deal about it as Rosa Parks had Bus seats were left empty to honor rosa parks on her 50th anniversary of her arrest

Lasting Impact

Rosa is known today as the “mother of the civil rights movement” because her arrest for refusing to give up her bus seat sparked the pivotal Montgomery, Alabama, bus boycott. She didn't set out to make history when she left her job as a seamstress to board a bus on the afternoon of December 1,

How did she influence the civil rights movement

This sparked a MOSTLY peaceful protesting fire where MLK then got even more involved stating how unfair it was that the standard living spaces throughout states were segregated and people were practically outlawed for there skin color She was considered the queen of the civil rights The amount that Rosa Parks fought—she changed the world and changed the rights on the buses and facilities.

How did Rosa impact society

Rosa refused to give up her seat to a white man but she stood up to the bus driver, the passenger, and the cops, it impacted society. When African Americans heard about Rosa's arrest and how she stood up to everybody and they were shocked

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_Parks(all about Rosa Parks)

Fact for Rosa and Emmett: Rosa parks and emmitt till’s incidents contributed practically directly to the black panther’s

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