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#1. Get off of my shoulders. The foundation has been laid, now its time for you to build on it and get to work. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#2. I wasn't looking for notoriety [when we marched]. But if that's what it took [to get attention], I didn't care how many licks I got. It just made me even more determined to fight for our cause. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#3. A voteless people is a hopeless people. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#4. Only until all human beings begin to recognize themselves as human beings will prejudice be gone forever. People ask me what race I am, but there is no such thing as race. I just answer: "I'm a member of the human race. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#5. It's important that young people know about the struggles we faced to get to the point we are today. Only then will they appreciate the hard-won freedom of blacks in this country. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#6. I was brought up by people who loved others. I love people. We had no animosity. We had no feeling that we hate anyone. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#7. You can never know where you are going unless you know where you have been. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#8. Remember, this is your day and your world. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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#9. I can never do justice to the great feeling of amazement and encouragement I felt when, perhaps for the first time in American history, white citizens of a Southern state banded together to come to Selma and show their indignation about the injustices against the African-Americans. - Author: Amelia Boynton Robinson
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