January 1966
Ebony;Jan1966, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p23
The article offers information about Ambassador Patricia Roberts Harris. It states that she was the first African American woman envoy of the U.S. It reports that she had a varied career including being a YWCA program director, an assistant director of the American Council on Human Relations and a practicing attorney.


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