About Women of the Movement
Women of the Movement is an American television series that premiered on January 6, 2022. The filming of this series, which is also in the documentary genre, was filmed in the Memphis region of the United States. Devery P. It was adapted from Anderson’s 2015 book, “Emmett Till: The Murder That Shocked the World and Fueled the Civil Rights Movement”.
In the series, we will see the struggle of Mamie Till Mobley, the mother of Emmett Till, who was lynched and killed in Mississippi, to get justice. The series, created by Marissa Jo Cerar, consists of 6 episodes in total.
Adrienne Warren, Tonya Pinkins, Gary Basaraba, Cedric Joe, Glynn Turman, Ray Fisher, Chris Coy, Julia McDermott, Carter Jenkins can be seen in the cast of this mini-series series in the drama genre.
We will share the IMDB details of the series with you when it arrives. This series, which is an ABC Special, is broadcast online on Hulu. He is engaged in the genre of Biography, History and Drama.
Women of the Movement Synopsis
It tells the story of a mother who is searching for justice for her brutally murdered son. Mamie Till-Mobley goes in search of justice for her son Emmett, who was brutally murdered in 1955. Not wanting to let Emmett’s murder be erased from the headlines, Mamie tries to bring what is happening to the world stage. What Mamie, a justice activist, does for her son causes the Civil Rights movement to ignite.
Women of the Movement Cast and Stars
- Adrienne Warren as Mamie Till-Mobley
- Tonya Pinkins as Alma Carthan
- Cedric Joe as Emmett Till
- Glynn Turman as Mose Wright
- Ray Fisher as Gene Mobley
- Chris Coy as J. W. Milam
- Julia McDermott as Carolyn Bryant
- Carter Jenkins as Roy Bryant
- Gary Basaraba as Sheriff Clarence Strider