Dick Gregory Quotes and its meanings

Dick Gregory has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Attitude Business Change Cool Death God Good Great History Home Marriage Mom Morning Politics Relationship Trust War

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What does Dick Gregory write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Dick Gregory?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Dick Gregory.

  • You know, I always say white is not a colour, white is an attitude, and if you haven't got trillions of dollars in the bank that you don't need, you can't be white.
  • You hear entertainers all the time, saying, 'If I couldn't get paid for this, I'd do it for free.' When's the last time you ever heard a business person say, 'If I couldn't get paid for being chairman of British Petroleum, I'd do it for free'?
  • People with high blood pressure, diabetes - those are conditions brought about by life style. If you change the life style, those conditions will leave.
  • It's cool to be healthy.
  • My mother was the sweetest lady who ever lived on this planet, but if you tried to tell her that Jesus wasn't a Christian, she would stomp you to death.
  • When you have a good mother and no father, God kind of sits in. It's not enough, but it helps.
  • We used to root for the Indians against the cavalry, because we didn't think it was fair in the history books that when the cavalry won it was a great victory, and when the Indians won it was a massacre.
  • Let me tell you, never before in the history of this planet has anybody made the progress that African-Americans have made in a 30-year period, in spite of many black folks and white folks lying to one another.
  • I never learned hate at home, or shame. I had to go to school for that.
  • Political promises are much like marriage vows. They are made at the beginning of the relationship between candidate and voter, but are quickly forgotten.