Josephine Baker enters the Pantheon in Paris

Josephine Baker, performer, entrepreneur, mother and war heroine was a force to reckon with. She rose from poverty in America into fame and success by the time she was in her mid-20s in France.

On this episode of the podcast, Annie Sargent and Elyse Rivin talk about her amazing life and why you should visit the Ch√Ęteau des Milandes in the Dordogne where she lived for 20 years. We also discuss the reason why it’s so significant that she’s entering the Pantheon today.

This episode features my frequent guest Elyse Rivin. You can book a tour with her through her website and you can also support her on Patreon.

Full show notes for this episode are here: