Amelia Boynton Robinson, heroine of the American civil rights movement and now a leader in Lyndon and Helga LaRouche's Schiller Institute, receives the official medal of Italy's Lombardy Region from Lombardy President Roberto Formigoni, in recognition of her work for civil rights and peace. During the meeting in Formigoni's office in Milan's Pirellone skyscraper, Formigoni, who in the past has endorsed Lyndon LaRouche's proposal for a New Bretton Woods, clearly stated his opposition to a war against Iraq.
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September Resolution Passes in Italy for a New International Financial Architecture -- Laurie Dobson Statement
Amelia Boynton Robinson is currently Vice President of the international Schiller Institute. Mrs. Weissbach represents the EIR Bureau in Europe, and has written extensively on Middle East policies. She is also a scholar who has published material on poetry, lanugage, the Arab and Italian Reniassiances, Dante, Shakespeare, Ramon Lull, and many other topics.
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Amelia Boynton Robinson Introduces Lyndon LaRouche at the 2002 Schiller Institute Conference
Amelia Boynton Robinson Introduces Helga Zepp LaRouche At the Schiller Institute 2002 Conference