This week in black history

June 1998
Jet;06/08/98, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p19
Presents historical information on two famous African-Americans. Former educator and surgeon, Dr. Charles R. Drew, and former international performer, Josephine Baker. Drew's contribution to saving lives during World War II; How Drew died; Information on Baker's career; Reason Baker retired from show business.


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