Black Americans' Long Love For Paris

Full story: Hartford Courant

Any American with even a slight familiarity with Paris knows about Josephine Baker, the black swivel-hipped cabaret entertainer who shunned racism in America, vaulted to stardom here in 1925, and stayed to ...

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steve01

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Jan 10, 2008
 
Big deal! The true French people are extinct.
ftec

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Jan 10, 2008
 
Socialism ruined france and their people.

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