We need your help! We are almost there!!! Help us bring answers to the world on how we can heal beyond injustices that we ALL face. Finally you can be part of something great that will make a mark on the World - for GOOD!
55TILLNOW™ THE FILM
We can only discover true wholeness after we have found truth. Truth can't manifest unless we have an opportunity to observe different perspectives that give you different details of what happened. In this film, 55TillNow, Mayor Johnny B. Thomas examines his childhood that was impacted by the death of Emmett Till.
Thomas was born and raised in the midst of this tragedy and has lived in the same community all of his life. This film will help you visualize the day at the Bryant store in Money Mississippi that marked the civil rights movement forever. In a never before seen manner witness this story from different vantage points. You will also hear, eye witnesses testimony from individuals present on the day of the kidnapping. 55TillNow will also profile thought leaders, and celebrities of today as they weigh in on how their world view has been impacted by the racial barriers from 1955 Till Now. Watch as the voice of young Emmett Till becomes the voice of reason crying out for healing and education on how to respond to hate and discord. 55Till Now is a film for today that will provoke us to pursue healing in our communities and establish a dialogue across racial barriers.
We need your help! Help us bring answers to the world on how we can heal beyond injustices that we ALL face.
How did this story come together?
"…we were on our way to Jackson Mississippi for a funeral and got redirected by our GPS… we ended up at the Emmett Till Museum. While on the tour we met Mayor Johnny B. Thomas and his team… That encounter led to the development of this film… This project is one of great importance… we are looking forward to bringing healing to people from all walks of life…" - DeShaun Davis, Director
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