Artist, activist and anti-Nazi spy Josephine Baker honored at France’s Pantheon

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ABC News’ Ibtissem Guenfoud reports on the impact and legacy of the U.S.-born actress Josephine Baker as she becomes the first Black woman to receive France’s highest honor.

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