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KQED | This Week: Making History in Oakland: Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed | PBS

Duration: 06:21

In honor of Women's History Month, Belva Davis has a conversation with Teresa Deloach Reed. On March 5, Reed becomes the first female chief of the 142-year-old Oakland Fire Department and the first African American woman in the nation to lead a major metropolitan fire department.

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Post Date: March 3, 2012