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“The Blood of Emmett Till is a work critical not just to our understanding of something that

happened in America in 1955 but of what happens in America here and now. It is a jolting and

powerful book... swift-flying and meticulously researched.― Author: Leonard Pitts Source: The

Washington Post“An insightful, revealing and important new inquiry into the tragedy that

mobilized and energized a generation of Americans to stand and fight against racial bigotry.― Â

Author: Bryan Stevenson, New York Times bestselling author of Just Mercy“Tim Tysonâ€s

genius as a historian, author, and social visionary informs his unique commitment to write truth to

power authentically and fearlessly.―  Author: Dr. Benjamin Chavis, former executive director of

the NAACP“What sets Tyson's book apart is the wide-angle lens he uses to examine the

lynching, and the ugly parallels between past and present… A terrific writer and storyteller, Tyson

compels a closer look at a heinous crime and the consequential decisions, large and small, that

made it a national issue.― Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune“A critical book... [that] manages

to turn the past into prophecy and demands that we do the one vital thing we arenâ€t often

enough asked to do with history: learn from it.― Author: Vann R. Newkirk II Source: The

Atlantic“The Blood of Emmett Till unfolds like a movie, moving from scene to reconstructed

scene, panning out to help the reader understand the racism and bigotry that crafted the citadel of

white supremacy and focusing in on intimate exchanges imbued with meaning....― Author:

Lawrence Jackson Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution“No American historian working

today captures the nuances of white supremacy and the ways in which it engulfs us all more

convincingly than Tyson.― Author: Steve Nathans-Kelly Source: First of the

Month“Astonishingly relevant.... At once thrilling and agonizing.― Source: Jezebel“I

couldnâ€t stop reading Timothy Tysonâ€s The Blood of Emmett Till. It is civil rights history

that captivates the reader like a mystery novel....― Author: Patricia Bell-Scott, author of The

Firebrand and the First Lady“Eloquent and outraged.... A stunning success essential for our

times.―  Author: Nell Irvin Painter, author of The History of White People Read more Timothy B.

Tyson is Senior Research Scholar at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University,

Visiting Professor of American Christianity and Southern Culture at Duke Divinity School, and

adjunct professor of American Studies at the University of North Carolina. He is the author of The

Blood of Emmett Till, a New York Times bestseller; Blood Done Sign My Name, a finalist for the

National Book Critics Circle Award and winner of the Southern Book Award for Nonfiction and the

Grawemeyer Award in Religion, as well as the basis for a feature film; and Radio Free Dixie:


Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power, winner of the James Rawley Prize for best book

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