June 3: TODAY'S INSPIRING WOMEN
Gloria Martin, a socialist and feminist organizer who began Shakespeare & Martin Booksellers, was born today in 1916.
Elizabeth Koontz, the first African-American president of the National Education Association, was born today in 1919.
Singer/actress Josephine Baker was the first African American woman to star in a major motion picture and to integrate an American concert hall. She was born today in 1906.