I am curious.
Several months ago, I posted a piece about an extraordinary man who I have always felt was one of the least known and least celebrated heroes of the civil rights movement.
Mose Wright was Emmett Till’s uncle. At great personal danger, Mr. Wright testified twice against those who we now know murdered Emmett Till.
What is baffling to me is why so many people have continued to read that post on my site every day. It’s great that there is interest in Mr. Wright. But I thought maybe someone could help me figure out why so many people want to read this story.
I really am thrilled that so many people are interested.