Josephine Baker becomes first Black woman honored at France’s Pantheon

On Tuesday, four decades after her death, Roaring 20s icon Josephine Baker has become the first Black woman to be enshrined in France's Panthéon of revered national figures. NBC’s Kelly Cobiella reports for TODAY.

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