Personal data for Alice Key


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Personal data for Alice Key
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Dancer, writer, and community activist, Alice Key served as Deputy Labor Commissioner for the State of Nevada and leader of the NAACP in Las Vegas. As a newspaper reporter, she exposed the separation of blood plasma according to race in World War II. With Bob Bailey, Key created the first all-black television show in the nation and a radio program, interviewing black entertainers in a talk-show format. Collection items for Alice Key include: interview transcript; audio clip; photograph.
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F850.N4 K49 1998
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