Does Josephine Baker Look Like Susan Rice?

Travelling the world not only opens up a person's mind, but it can also open up opportunities, too. Just ask Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and soon-to-be national security adviser; she'd be sure to tell you how important it is...
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Travelling the world not only opens up a person's mind, but it can also open up opportunities, too. Just ask Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and soon-to-be national security adviser; she'd be sure to tell you how important it is...
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Travelling the world not only opens up a person's mind, but it can also open up opportunities, too. Just ask Susan Rice, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and soon-to-be national security adviser; she'd be sure to tell you how important it is to have friends from across the ocean. Before representing the U.S. at the U.N., Rice was already well traveled as a student of the University of Oxford in England and the youngest assistant secretary of state ever in 1997. Her dancing lookalike, Josephine Baker, also travelled the world from the U.S. to Europe in the 1920s. Having been exposed to a much more racially tolerant lifestyle in France, Baker returned to the U.S. to fight racism and discrimination. Neither of these African-American women would have been able to spread their knowledge of other cultures and customs if they didn't leave the comfort of their country. Know any travelling women that bear a striking resemblence? Let us know in the comments below.