Replacing Bullet-Ridden Till Memorials an Allegory for Black Resiliance

From the Brainerd Dispatch

Some have also suggested that the vandalism adds another layer of meaning to the sign. In 2018, after the brand-new marker was shot up, Tell told the Clarion Ledger that he was in favor of leaving the sign the way it was, explaining that the bullet holes "bear eloquent witness to the fact that work remains to be done, that the memory of Till's murder still cuts a rift through the heart of the modern-day Delta."

From The Root

From One Password too Many: “I find an odd symbolism in this sentence. As if young black men and women, as each generation passes, is slowly growing stronger and more resilient in the face of unhinged racism.”

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