A Black Chef At An All-White Club Who ‘Never Looked Back’

Clayton Sherrod was just 13 in 1964, when he had to quit school to help support his family. He got a job washing dishes at a country club in Birmingham, Ala., with just one goal: running the kitchen. “I had my chart pinned to the wall,” he says, “and I would mark every time I got a promotion.”

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