Book Report: Breaking barriers on many stages
Back in the 1920s and 1930s, when most black women worked as domestics, scrub ladies and washerwomen, one young black woman born in 1895 in Washington, D.C. would spend her life on the world political and cultural stage.
It wasn't all beer and skittles, however, when her lawyer father died young and her mother had to work as a beautician.
But that didn't stop the daughter, Eslanda Cardozo Goode, from making acquaintance with a wide variety of world leaders.
Are you a newspaper subscriber but you don't have a Digital Access account yet? https://secure.forumcomm.com/?publisher_ID=40&event=subscriber/lookup.
You will need your subscription account number and phone number. Not sure if you have an account? Email us at email@example.com and we can help you.