Biography: 

Reverend Annie Chambers (Formerly Annie Rogers) was born in 1942. She's a retired social worker and holds a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland. She's the mother of 25 children and is originally from Richmond VA before she moved to Baltimore in the 1960's. She's one of the founders of the Maryland Food Bank and Big Momma's House in Baltimore. She was in the original march on Washington in 1963. On the march, she went into labor, delivered her baby at the hospital and returned to the march. She has been an activist in Baltimore for more than 50 years, involved in the civil rights movement, National Welfare Rights, the Communist Labor Party and the Black Panthers. More recently she was a delegate for Bernie Sanders at the DNC in 2016. After that experience she became an organizer in the Green Party where she's a Baltimore Delegate to the Green Party of Maryland. She is best known for her four decades of work as an advocate for welfare rights, housing and civil rights particularly in various leaderships position in NWR (National Welfare Rights) including the President of National Welfare Rights. In 2017 she was elected to be a a HUD (US Dept of Housing & Urban Development) RAB (Resident Advisory Board) Delegate where she continues to serve making her one of the few elected Green's in the state of Maryland.