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The FL3TCH3R Exhibit presents An Evening in the Reece Museum with an Emmett Till Painting featuring artists Patricia Kabore and Dr. Lisa Whittington. Both artists' works were on display in the 2017 FL3TCH3R Exhibit at the ETSU Reece Museum from October-December 2017. Both also have personal connections to the Emmett Till story. Ms. Kabore was in Chicago when Emmett Till's body was returned from Mississippi. Dr. Whittington's painting "Emmett Till: How She Sent Him, How She Got Him Back" was featured earlier this year in an NBC News article. The Reece Museum is on the ETSU campus and is free and open to the public.

Video -
An Evening in the Reece Museum with an Emmett Till Painting

Producer – FL3TCH3R Exhibit
Director, Editor - M. Wayne Dyer –
Videography - Jacob Gilliam, Jonathan Jennings, Jeremy Smith
Sound & Logistics - Spenser Brenner

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"The Body of Emmitt Till," / 100 Photographs (permission in YouTube by Time Magazine) the Time Magazine Video sets the backdrop for this Reece Museum event. Narrated by Bryan Stevenson, American Lawyer, social justice activist, founder and excutive director of the Equal Justice Initiative, and a clinical professor at New York University School of Law, (Wikipedia)
Emmitt Till

Emmett Till
 
 
"Emmett Till: How She Sent Him, How She Got Him Back" Lisa Wittington, 36"x 24," 2016
 
Hands Up Don't Shoot,"
Patricia Kabore, 23.5"x 19.5," 2016
 




 

 

 

 

 

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