Congress finally outlaws lynching 65-years after the horrific murder of Emmett Till, 14

  The Sun 

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THE US House of Representatives has approved a bill outlawing lynching, some 65 years after the torture and murder of Emmett Till. The 14-year-old African American boy was horrifically lynched to death by two white men in Mississippi after allegedly flirting with a white woman in a local store. Lynching is the premeditated, violent killing […]
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