Why Celebrate Jospehine Baker's Birthday - June 3rd
Posted by Roger M. Christian on November 7, 2011 at 9:47pmView Blog.
June 3 is the birthday of Josephine Baker, Singer, International Entertainment Star, Civil Rights Pioneer, who was feature on several Parisian burlesque stages, and most of all a woman of courage. Remember she was a very beautiful African American Woman who lived in Paris, France under Nazi occupation and still she work and fought with the French Resistance. Talk about guts!
She stands out as a vintage / historic professional member of Burlesque who exhibited that you were never limited within the boundaries of your profession, but indicated that every entertainer within this profession, YOU, that there are additional qualities each member had within their innate human abilities having both a unique loving human face for the good of humanity, as well as producing historic ultimate acts of raw human courage.
I will be promoting this historic event by having every nightclub, evening venue I come in contact with to promote her birthday as an International NightLife event within my growing International InterNet Network ( see home link ).
Thus those who joins this group, which was created today, November 7, 2011, are solicited to spread the vision which she, Josephine Baker had in her heart, life, and expectations for her children. Jospehine Baker, a remarkable human being in which each and everyone within Burlesque, YOU, are likewise able to become.
Roger M. Christian
Ithaca, New York