While reading lines 42-58: In the Margin - explain the reason Josephine Baker "opens her mouth." Underline - the explanation of what takes place because of Baker's protests.
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Josephine Baker has been discriminated again when she got back to New York. She got limited access to places and even some of her actions were prohibited. She mentioned that “I could not walk...made me mad.” (p.101) Baker has had enough about her situation and decided to “open her mouth” to speak for herself. In lines 42-50 she stated that, “And then look out...all over the world.” (p.101)