When you hate, the only person that suffers is you because most of the people you hate don't know it and the rest don't care.— Medgar Evers
The most whopping Medgar Evers quotes you will be delighted to read
I'm looking to be shot any time I step out of my car.
.. If I die, it will be in a good cause. I've been fighting for America just as much as the soldiers in Vietnam.
It may sound funny, but I love the South.
I don't choose to live anywhere else. There's land here, where a man can raise cattle, and I'm going to do it some day. There are lakes where a man can sink a hook and fight the bass. There is room here for my children to play and grow, and become good citizens-if the white man will let them.
The gifts of God should be enjoyed by all citizens in Mississippi.
When a black Jacksonian looks about his home community, he sees a city of over 150,000, of which 40% is Negro, in which there is not a single Negro policeman or policewoman, school crossing guard, or fireman.
You can kill a man but you can't kill an idea.
Our only hope is to control the vote.
The Negro has been here in America since 1619, a total of 344 years.
He is not going anywhere else; this is country is his home. He wants to do his part to help make his city, state, and nation a better place for better place for everyone, regardless of color and race.
Freedom has never been free.
Feedom has never been free ... I love my children and I love my wife with all my heart. And I would die, die gladly, if that would make a better life for them.
In the racial picture things will never be as they once were.
History has reached a turning point, here and over the world.