On the eve of the 50th commemoration of Bloody Sunday, the Santa Barbara Middle School Teen Press sits down with 109-yr.-old (she says she’s only 105!) lifetime activist for civil rights, Amelia Platts Boynton Robinson at the Creative Visions Institute. Amelia was beaten, gassed unconscious, and left by Sheriff Jim Clark “for the buzzards” on the Edmund Pettus Bridge that day. She visits with the kids about George Washington Carver, Joyland, Bloody Sunday, and what inspires her to keep rising . . . .