Carolyn Bryant rests her head on the shoulder of her husband, Roy Bryant, after she testified in the Emmett Till murder case in Sumner, Miss., on Sept. 22, 1955. Roy Bryant was accused of killing the 14-year-old Chicago native, who was black, for ‘wolf-whistling’ at his wife.
Carolyn Bryant rests her head on the shoulder of her husband, Roy Bryant, after she testified in the Emmett Till murder case in Sumner, Miss., on Sept. 22, 1955. Roy Bryant was accused of killing the 14-year-old Chicago native, who was black, for ‘wolf-whistling’ at his wife. Associated Press File ASSOCIATED PRESS
Carolyn Bryant rests her head on the shoulder of her husband, Roy Bryant, after she testified in the Emmett Till murder case in Sumner, Miss., on Sept. 22, 1955. Roy Bryant was accused of killing the 14-year-old Chicago native, who was black, for ‘wolf-whistling’ at his wife. Associated Press File ASSOCIATED PRESS