In 2006, Périgord, France and the whole world celebrate the centennial of Josephine Baker’s birth. This international star, or as some would call her, the first black star in history, lived several lives, since one life was not enough for her to fulfill her destiny. Her many lives were shared between music halls and personal engagements, the Resistance when the war began, fighting racism, and starting a family “from every country in the world”, her “rainbow tribe”, in the heart of Périgord.
Medium Length (53mins) Biography | Guadeloupe, France
Productions la Lanterne
France 3 Aquitaine
Prodom Canal Antilles
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