Josephine Baker

Plans are underway to reinter the remains of American-born singer and dancer Josephine Baker at the Pantheon monument in Paris.
The actor said that the project will likely be a limited series.
It's a family that needs almost no introduction. But here it is anyway. It started with Loudon -- a musical legend -- and continued on to Sloan, Rufus, Martha, Lucy, Lexi, Suzzi...and, well, you almost need a genealogy chart, or at least a timeline, to map it out.
So "Meet me in Saint Louis, Louis..." and if not Louis, then Lois, Bob, Ramona, Javier, Malik, Ahmed, Devorah and Brian. This
The R&B and dance diva tackles the life of Josephine Baker in a new musical.
Funded from his own pocket, 34-year-old Mel Waters devised the project for himself and executed it on city walls (and one delivery truck) to pay tribute to famous African Americans during Black History Month.
Marawa the Amazing spun her way into the Guinness book with 160 hula hoops orbiting her body.
My recent trip to Missouri made me curious about women who changed America with ties to Missouri, so I went looking. Their contributions are varied and fascinating.