You will have to write an essay in response to only one of them.
- Attempts to explain why Emmett Till was killed often point to the argument that he was from Chicago and did not understand Southern race relations. How does the book by Timothy Tyson challenge this argument?
- How does the history and memory of Emmet Till’s murder continue to shape the story of violence against the Black community?
- Why was “Black Monday” such a critical piece of the story of Emmett Till’s murder?
*Choose one of three and write 2-page essay responding to the question
**The essay should have the introduction (included the thesis base on the chosen question), body and conclusion (MLA format)
***Have some example and detail from the book to support the statements.