BEP Voice spoke briefly with one of El Paso’s Living Legends: Civil Rights Activist, Bishop Johnnie M. Washington.
Bishop Washington is a civil rights activist, and El Paso Black trailblazer who is respected by so many in the El Paso community. She attended the Douglass School, served as President of the El Paso Branch of the NAACP, and is the co-founder of the MLK Committee. Find out more about this dynamic woman as she shares a little bit about how she became the community’s leading fighter for civil rights. She will be joining us via the Black Roundtable to discuss civil rights, church, and more… stay tuned. In the meantime, hear her thoughts… Featured in blackelpasovoice.com