Meet Colleen Shogan, the first woman to serve as U.S. archivist
Colleen Shogan is the first woman to be appointed as U.S. archivist. She’s been dealing with controversy over presidents accused of improperly storing documents that should be in the archives.
NPR’s Tilda Wilson reports.
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