On August 28, 1955, Emmett Till—a 14-year-old African-American visiting Mississippi from Chicago—was murdered after allegedly whistling at a white woman. His mother insisted that her son be displayed in a glass-topped casket, so the world could see his beaten body. Till’s murder became a rallying point for the civil rights movement.
- 100% combed and ring-spun cotton
- Tear-away label
- Logo printed on left sleeve
- Shirt printed on both sides
This shirt is unisex cut. Women are advised to order one size down.