Prepare an annotated bibliography (worth 10% of course grade) with 5 primary or secondary sources that you will use to write your final paper. Begin this assignment with an updated paragraph of what your presentation/paper will be about, ending with a thesis statement or research question.Next, place in chronological order 8-10 events that have significance for your project’s thesis or research question.Finally, write annotations for 5 different texts that will offer information, ideas, statistics, or commentary about your research question or thesis. Each annotation should include the following information, in this order, and identified by letter:1. Full citation of the text in MLA bibliographic style. (MLA Citation Guide)a. Is this text a primary or secondary source – 1-2 wordsb. Audience for the item when it was originally published – 1 short sentencec. How this item will be useful to your work – 2-3 sentencesd. A quote, statistic, or paraphrase you might use in your final paper. – 1-2 sentence – use MLA in-text citation for this information.13) Who was Ella Baker? How did she think the work of social justice should be carried out? What was her relationship with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)? What was her relationship with leaders like Martin Luther King? There is an excellent biography of Ella Baker available as an e-book at the UMUC Library. It is by Barbara Ransby. If you choose this topic, please review this e-book (or get one from the public library).Ella Baker is an amazing woman who truly believed in grassroots action and a bottom-up kind of leadership, rather than top-down.focus your presentation/paper on one thing – like her relationship with MLK.