The Iconic Josephine Baker The First Black Woman to be Elevated to Pantheon in Paris

How even in death, much adoration and recognition showers her legacy

Photo by Noah Bierman/AP

In recognition of the one and only renowned iconic Josephine Baker, may she truly rest in peace as she gets honors bestowed upon her, unheard of for a woman and an African American at that.

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