Inspired by the murder of Emmett Till, Black's powerful novel explores pain, suffering, and strength in the segregated South. The murder of a boy from Chicago forces the black community in a Mississippi town to galvanize its strength in pursuit of racial equality.Inspired by the murder of Emmett Till, Black's powerful novel explores pain, suffering, and strength in the segregated South. The murder of a boy from Chicago forces the black community in a Mississippi town to galvanize its strength in pursuit of racial equality.Read Less
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This book was the best book I have read in a while, it had me feeling all kinds of emotions and I would recommend any and everyone to read it. People that view life as being fair to minorities especially need to read this.
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