You may have seen the photographs: The misshapen and brutalized boy in his coffin and his grief-stricken mother kneeling at his side.
Emmett Till was 14 when he was beaten and shot after supposedly flirting with a white woman in a Mississippi Delta town. His suspected killers were never indicted.
But this nearly 60-year-old-crime isn't just Civil Rights era history. It has vivid and violent echoes in today's world.
Penumbra founder Lou Bellamy and playwright Ifa Bayeza join The Daily Circuit to discuss the intersection of race, history and art.