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Dr. Condoleezza Rice broke barriers serving as the first African-American national security advisor and secretary of state, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Growing up in the segregated Alabama, Dr. Rice mastered French, ballet, figure skating, and piano as a child and attained her doctorate at the University of Denver. In this biographical magazine, we cover her remarkable journey from the concert halls to the halls of power in Washington, DC.
Created for children in 3rd through 5th grade, PragerU’s beautifully illustrated biographical magazines are packed with facts and fun to teach elementary students about important figures often mischaracterized or forgotten in today’s classrooms.