Interview with Darrell Evers
QUESTION 12
INTERVIEWER:

LET ME CUT FOR A SEC, I'M SORRY. I THINK—

CAMERA CREW MEMBER:

TAKE NINE.

Darrell Evers:

I remember when I saw my father laying there in a pool of blood, I got this overwhelming feeling of love, this overwhelming feeling of, of protection. And I knew that he was all right still. I knew that he was encompassed in this love, and it just brought back to me the whole message that he was teaching me as I grew up—was that, that there's that equality. And along with equality there's that love, along with that love there's that friendship, you know—all these things go together. It's not, it's not just one thing. It's not just we want freedom. It's not just we want justice. We want to be human beings, and that's all my father really showed me—is be a human being. Be a real person. Don't be anything else. Just be a real person, and that's, that's what led him, that's what motivated him. That's what I saw move his whole train down the track that, that he was running on, and that was a track of, of equality, that was a track of, of love, that was a track of friendship. And that's, that's a very nice track to be on, and I'm glad that he had me on his train, and he has me on his train, 'cause I'm still living it. So…