Volunteers Plant 36 Trees At Garden Honoring Emmett Till's Mother, As They Work To Turn His Childhood House Into A MuseumA collaborative effort this weekend combined sustainability, beautification, and history on Chicago’s South Side.
Chicago Landmark Plaque Added To Childhood Home Of Emmett TillOn the anniversary of civil right icon Emmett Till's birthday, his childhood home in Chicago's West Woodlawn neighborhood will get a historic landmark plaque Sunday.
Full Interview: Rev. Wheeler Parker, Emmett Till's Cousin, On The Derek Chauvin Conviction And Racial JusticeOn Tuesday night after fired Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of murder in the death of George Floyd, CBS 2's Jermont Terry talked with the Rev. Wheeler Parker about the lynching and beating of his cousin, Emmett Till, in 1955; the death of George Floyd; and what it all means when it comes to the arc of racial justice.
Emmett Till's Cousin Reacts To Conviction Of Derek Chauvin And Today's State Of Racial Justice; George Floyd's Brother Said Till Was 'The First George Floyd'On Tuesday, CBS 2’s Jermont Terry spoke with the family of Emmett Till, and what the guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd means to them.
Center Receives Grant Of Nearly $700,000 For Work Preserving Legacy Of Emmett TillThe legacy of Emmett Till will become a tool to teach racial healing.
Emmett Till House In Woodlawn Designated Chicago City LandmarkThe Emmett Till and Mamie Till-Mobley House, at 6247 S. St. Lawrence Ave., will be protected from demolition or significant alterations as an official city landmark.
Chicago Church Where Emmett Till's Funeral Was Held Listed Among Endangered Historic PlacesThis is where the funeral of 14-year-old Emmett Till was held in 1955.
Demonstrators Take To Dan Ryan To Honor Emmett Till, Protest Shootings Of Black MenMembers of St. Sabina Church held a protest on the Dan Ryan overpass at 76th Street Friday afternoon honoring Emmett Till and protesting racism in America and the shootings of Black men. 
Remembering Emmett Till 65 Years After His DeathThe organization Purpose Over Pain and members of Saint Sabina Church said 65 years after Till's death, Black men are still killed because of the color of their skin.
Congress Makes Lynching A Federal Crime, 65 Years After TillThe bill, introduced by Illinois Rep. Bobby Rush and named after Till, comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
New Emmett Till Marker Dedicated To Replace Vandalized SignA new bulletproof memorial to Emmett Till was dedicated Saturday in Mississippi after previous historical markers were repeatedly vandalized.