An American Icon
Do you know Dick Gregory? Do you love Dick Gregory?
Dick Gregory was not only my father, he was an indefatigable culture warrior for more than five decades.
Celebrated as one of the pioneering satirists of his generation, revered as a lifelong human rights and environmental activist, feared as an uncompromising social critic, beloved as a life-saving nutrition guru, and deeply respected for his fierce and unflinching embrace of America’s real story on the pages of his books and the stage of his life — Dick was a man of many faces.
When I recently listened to Dick Gregory in Black and White on vinyl, I recognized that the legacy of Dick Gregory is not just my family’s—it belongs to all of us. I hope you’ll join our journey to rediscover my father’s vision, wisdom, and relevance, as fresh today as it was when he unleashed it.
Lead, Serve, and Love,
Become a Part of Dick’s Legacy — Join Our Community
We invite you to share a photo of yourself with your favorite Dick Gregory book, album, or piece of memorabilia or a snapshot of yourself and Dick in action.
You’ll receive a free gift, and your photo may get a shout-out on social media or be featured in our forthcoming traveling exhibit!
Our Gift To You
As a special thank-you, we’d like to offer you an excerpt from his million-copy-plus bestselling memoir—Nigger.
Nigger —with its shocking title and breathtaking honesty—redefined the memoir genre and changed the way race was discussed in America.
“Truth is the baby of the world. It never gets old.”—Dick Gregory