Josephine Baker

Explore the fascinating life and legacy of Josephine Baker, the iconic dancer, singer, and activist. Learn about her remarkable achievements and lasting impact on the world of entertainment.
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Ms Baker & Her Cheetah, Chiquita

Given the nicknames "Black Venus,” "Black Pearl,""Creole Goddess," as well as "La Baker” in her adopted country of France, Josephine Baker (1906-1975), was known as the "It girl who danced her way through the 20's and 30's only dressed in bananas". A dancer, singer, actress and a comedian all in one, Josephine Baker was is noted for being the first woman of African descent to star in a major motion picture, to integrate an American concert hall, and to become a world famous entertainer. Her…

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