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Walking a mile in another man’s headwear…

A step toward empathy:  visualizing oneself in a turban…


Readers can see themselves (or whomever else) similarly swathed by following the simple instructions here.

As we (wind and) unwind, we might trip the birthday fantastic for Josephine Baker, the dancer, singer, and actress born on this date in 1906 in St. Louis, Mo.  By the mid-1920s, the “Black Venus” had become the toast of Paris and a celebrity throughout Europe.  Her funeral in 1975 drew 20,000 people, and she was the first American woman to receive a twenty-one-gun salute from the French government.


Josephine Baker

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June 3, 2008 at 1:01 am

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