E. Faye Williams keeps her audience on edge as she makes them laugh. She makes them cry. She makes them think. When she's finished, those who've heard her have said, "Amen" many times, and they have figured out a way to take action that makes a difference.
From the moment she begins speaking, she commands the attention of her audience, and holds it to the end.
She uses a combination of humoring, cajoling, exhorting, challenging, motivating, pleading and inspiring you to do something. You are left feeling that you have no choice. You have the obligation to act!
Dick Gregory says of Williams, "She has one of the most brilliant minds on the planet".
Congressman Mervyn Dymally says, "Until I saw her campaigning for the U.S. Congress in Louisiana, and I saw how the people responded to her message, I'd never before seen such a powerful speaker who could say so much in a short period of time. When you look at her, you think of her as being so quiet, so gentle--but when she speaks, people stop whatever they're doing and listen. She gives people hope, and makes them realize their own power to change their own lives. She's an amazing speaker, teacher and counselor. I am always amazed at how she takes control and marches you right through the steps to changing your own life".