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"Freedom 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." -Medgar Evers,
Almost prophetically he said that just 5 days before his death 51 years ago
Fifty Years ago today, the first trial of Medgar Evers' murder took place in 1964 that resulted in a misstrial due to jury tampering. A Brilliant movie was released in 1996 and we'll honor Medgar Evers by reviewing it and the psychological aspects. To watch the trailer watch here: Ghosts of Mississippi
There is a legacy that occurs from this huge wounds of history, not only are the oppressed changed forever, but so are the oppressors. Here is a little segmant by CBS News about the legacy Medgar Evers Left: The Legacy of Medgar Evers
Join me in remembering how far America has come and how far we still have to go until all Americans are treated respectfully and equally regardless of their differences, especially the color o their skin!
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