Civil Right's Heroine: Amelia Boynton Robinson Speaks in Houston, TX

29 de abril de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1>Civil Right's Heroine: Amelia Boynton Robinson Speaks in Houston, TX</h1><div class="right_image"><p class="caption">Mrs. Robinson with<br />President Lyndon B. Johnson</p></div><p>Apr 29 (LPAC) Amelia Boynton Robinson, Vice President of the Schiller Institute, gave a moving speech to more than 70 participants at a Houston Community College campus on the westside of Houston. The famous Houston Bass/Baritone Dorceal Duckens opened the event with a musical offering, singing one of the many historic Negro Spirituals sung during the civil rights movement " <em>Hold On</em> " by Hall Johnson. There will be more to come in a future installment, for now the video of the event can be seen here. ()</p></div></body>