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Ev·ers(ĕv′ərz), Medgar Wiley 1925-1963.
American civil rights worker in Mississippi who was killed by a sniper soon after the broadcast of a pro-civil rights speech by President John F. Kennedy. His work was continued by his brother Charles (born 1922).
(James) Charles, born 1922, and his brother Med•gar (Wiley) (ˈmɛd gər) 1925–63, U.S. civil-rights leaders.