Reread lines 6-13.what are the most important points baker makes in these lines?


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Vital points Baker stated in her speech are provided below.

Josephine Baker was an African American entertainer. In 1963 Baker gave a speech on Washington about racism, stating that just like other African-Americans see too have been a victim of racism.

If we go through the lines 6-13 from her speech, we will get to know that Baker was differentiating between herself and other African Americans in terms of the victimization of racism. Being a renowned celebrity she enjoyed some economic advantages, but that was not the case with the rest of her African-American friends.

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