century has passed since the birth of Josephine Baker, and over a
the mark that she made on society during her life has not yet
begun to fade. She is remembered as an extraordinary singer, actress
and dancer – who dazzled audiences with her beauty and
talent. However, her legacy extends far beyond her outstanding
an entertainer. A victim of racism, Baker used her celebrity
status to fight for equal rights.
Although she struggled for acceptance in the United States until
two years prior to her death, her amazing talents and civil rights
activism have secured her place as a star. Since her death, Baker
has been featured in various advertising campaigns and promotions.
Images of her have appeared on posters, post cards, awards, books,
calendars and apparel.
The Jospehine Baker 100th Anniversary
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