Ella Josephine Baker was born on December 13, 1903. She was instrumental in some of the biggest civil right campaigns for over 50 years.
Many people don’t know the important work she has done which made a significant impact on the daily lives of African Americans living here in America.
This brief video clip gives a wonderful biographical account on this great woman’s life.
Faith and conviction is the key. Do not stand up if you have a question about your calling! If you are afraid that you might be killed don’t stand up to lead. Because you might or might not be killed for the work you are assigned.
We need leaders not people that need attention just for needing attention!