The Emmett Till Alerts will be sent to Black elected officials across Maryland — along with national civil rights organizations, clergy members and other leaders.
A preservation organization said the home will get a share of $3 million in grants being distributed to 33 sites and organizations nationwide that are important pieces of African American history.
The family of Emmett Till want authorities to serve a 1955 arrest warrant to the white woman they say is responsible for his murder and kidnapping.
Family members and advocates say regardless of time passed and age, the arrest warrant for Carolyn Bryant Donham must still be served.
A warrant for an arrest was discovered last week by searchers inside a file folder that had been placed in a box, said Leflore County Circuit Clerk Elmus Stockstill.
President Biden signed the Emmett Till Antilynching Act into law, the culmination of more than a century of efforts to designate lynching as a federal hate crime.
The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act, which sets prison terms of up to 30 years, has been more than a century in the making.
Passage of the legislation to make lynching a federal crime is a major milestone after more than 200 attempts to pass such legislation failed over the course of a century.
Emmett Till's 1955 lynching propelled the civil rights movement, but telling his story underscores a reluctance for some in Mississippi "to come to grips with its history of racial brutality."