Man in Bar: [while watching a basketball game at a bar] I'll tell you who's got it easy.
Man in Bar: [Gestures to basketball game on TV] The niggers. Sometimes I wish I was a nigger.
Edmond: Sometimes I wish I was too.
Man in Bar: I'd rob a store. I don't blame 'em, I swear to God. Because I want to tell ya, we're bred to do the things that we do.
Man in Bar: Northern race, one thing, southern race... something else.
[Gestures to basketball game on TV again and starts to light up a cigarette]
Man in Bar: And what they want to do is sit under the tree and watch the elephant. And I don't blame them one small bit.
Prisoner: [Inside a prison cell they share] You know, how they are supreme in their native world...
Edmond: But when you put them here...
Prisoner: We call them dogs... Or animals...
Prisoner: And we scorn them. We scorn them in our fear... But don't you think...
Edmond: It very well could be.
Prisoner: But on their native world... they are supreme.
Edmond: I think that's very...
Prisoner: And what we have done... is to disgrace ourselves.
Edmond: We have.
Prisoner: Because we did not treat them with respect.