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In Honor of a Great Woman Leader, Ms Leah Chase

"To lead is to live dangerously." Ronald Heifitz She was most famous for being a world-renowned chef - the Queen of Creole Cuisine....but she also was a Civil Rights activist who hosted and fed the Freedom Riders, Dr Martin Luther King, Thurgood Marshall, and meetings of local and national civil rights leaders. Staunch supporter of women's equality. served both blacks and whites in her restaurant when it was illegal and unsafe do so served many great musicians, such as Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, Mahalia Jackson, Duke Ellington and so many more curated great art and supported the arts with her money and her talents often was the only woman and only African American in a roomful of powerfu

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