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Amelia Boynton Robinson

Amelia Boynton Robinson (AP Photo / Gregory Smith, File)
Amelia Boynton Robinson (AP Photo / Gregory Smith, File)

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September 04, 2015 "Thank You. RIP" - Denise Williams (Tuskegee, AL)
September 03, 2015 "Our deepest sympathy and love!May you have comfort and peace in your many memories of Queen Mother,the one we love so much!Dorothy Mabson Woody, grandson,Omar 2 and Family" - (Auburn, AL)
September 02, 2015 "It is because of the self-sacrificing spirit portrayed by trailblazers of the 60's that I am able to hold my head up high and be proud to be an American. My hope is that I prove to be worthy of all Mrs. Boynton Robinson and others endured to accomplish the human rights I enjoy today. It would be my pleasure to hear her lifestory firsthand when God's will is done on earth. For surely Amelia Boynton Robinson is most precious in God's eyes!" - Brenda
August 31, 2015 "May the work she done speak for her"
August 30, 2015 "To the family of the late Amelia Boynton Robinson

My family and I want to express our condolences during your time of sorrow. Thank God for your loved ones longevity. She fought a good fight for equality, and justice.

I stand behind the legends

By; Charles G. Turner, Sr.


I stand behind the legends

who paved the way

that got us to where we are today


there were many who knocked down walls

so that we can be seen standing tall

I stand behind the legends

who braved many storms

and stood against all harm


I stand behind the legends who had the courage to stand up and fight

they walked, talked and marched both day and night

for us to have our civil rights


I stand behind the legends who fought with God by their side

as their true and only guide

that enabled them to fight their way

so that we can have a better day

ay od bless you." - Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Turner, Sr. & Family (Fountain, CO)
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Amelia Boynton Robinson, a U.S. civil rights activist who nearly died while helping lead the Selma, Alabama, civil rights march in 1965, championed...
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