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"The genesis of the movement"
The murder of young Emmett Till in Money, Mississippi on August 28, 1955 is noted as one of the leading events in the early civil rights movement.

The epicenter of the murder case - Bryant's Grocery -is in jeopardy of disintegrating and fading away. Years of neglect have taken their toll on this important landmark.

Bryant's Grocery is listed as one of Mississippi’s most endangered historic buildings.

This building MUST be restored as a symbol for civil rights and human rights.

Our plan is to fund the restoration process and use the building as a museum for Emmett Till and the civil rights movement that followed his tragic death.

How can you help?