We believe that what you water grows.

Theresa L. Gonzales. Co-Founder of the Ella Baker Center Diana is a founding member of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, and has proudly supported the organization's growth from a small-scale operation of one full-time staff into a grassroots powerhouse.

Lovisa Brown. Co-Founder of the Ella Baker Center. Prior to joining the organization, James worked to build recognition of the value of …

Honorary Board Member.

Jeremy Monton. Who Pays? Board Chair. Director of the Flexible Leadership Awards Program at Haas Jr. Fund .

Following in her footsteps, we organize with Black, Brown, and low-income people to shift resources away from prisons and punishment, and towards opportunities that make our communities safe, healthy, and strong. The Ella Baker Center works locally, statewide, and nationally to shift resources away from prisons and punishment and towards opportunities that make our communities safe, healthy, and strong.

We believe in people-powered change. The True Cost of Incarceration on Families. We believe that what you water grows. Read more about our history and victories.

Board Vice Chair.

Phillip Sanders.

That’s why we mobilize everyday …

Michelle Alexander.

We believe that budgets are moral documents, and we organize with allies to demand that elected officials enact budgets that reflect our values.
Cearúll Jack Horgan. Board Secretary. Holly Delany Cole.

Ella Baker Center has uploaded 2625 photos to Flickr.

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Diana received her … Becky Bob-Waksberg. James King is the State Campaigner for the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. The True Cost of Incarceration on Families. Board Treasurer. Who Pays? That’s why we mobilize everyday people to build power and prosperity in our communities. Explore Ella Baker Center's photos on Flickr.
Executive Director, Centro Legal de la Raza. The Ella Baker Center works locally, statewide, and nationally to shift resources away from prisons and punishment and towards opportunities that make our communities safe, healthy, and strong. We are named after Ella Baker, a brilliant, black hero of the civil rights movement.