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Amelia Boynton a.k.a. Amelia Boynton Robinson: Amelia Platts Boynton Robinson is an American woman who was a leader of the American Civil Rights Movement in Selma, Alabama and a key figure in the 1965 march that became known as Bloody Sunday. In 1984 she became founding vice-president of the Schiller Institute affiliated with Lyndon LaRouche. She was awarded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Freedom Medal in 1990.
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Ritter, Sylvester „Junkyard Dog‰ Roberts, Kay George Robertson, Isiah „Butch‰ Robinson, Amelia Boynton „Queen Mother Amelia‰ Robinson, ...
From the Age of Segregation to the Twenty-first Century Five-volume Set by Paul Finkelman
The Selma Movement leader Amelia Boynton is aided. simply closing those schools that were ordered to enroll black students.
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