Queen Mother Amelia Platts Boynton-Robinson's 101st Birthday
Queen Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson celebrated her 101st Birthday on August 18, 2012, at the Eagles Nest, in Booker T. Washington High School, Tuskegee, AL. The Celebration included a Gospel Fest, with performers from throughout the Black Belt Region of Alabama.
However, before celebrating, Mother Robinson got to work for Voter Rights. She participated in a Voting Rights March and conducted a Voter Registration Drive in Ridgewood Community, the largest public housing community in Macon County, Alabama.
Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson REVEALER Ed.
Queen Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson was featured in the 2012 August issue of the REVEALER Newsletter. To get your copy, just click the picture or the title above.
Queen Robinson featured in the Tuskegee News 2012
Queen Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson was featured on the front page of the Tuskegee News, April 26, 2012.
Queen Robinson in the 2012 Selma to Montgomery March
Queen Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson participated in the 2012 Selma-to-Montgomery March Re-enactment, for Voter Rights.
"I spoke with 101 year old Dr. Amelia Boynton Robinson. What an inspiration!"
Queen Robinson honored in Selma Times Journal 2012
Queen Mother Amelia Boynton-Robinson was honored in an article for the Selma Times Journal on her 101st Birthday.