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Mike Pence Feb 24
Today, our Nation lost a Great American Space pioneer, the original , Katherine G. Johnson. In the face of adversity & racial discrimination, she made incalculable contributions to America’s Space program and pushed the frontier of human knowledge by her brilliance.
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Good Morning America 20 Feb 17
WATCH: We honor Raye Montague, a real-life , who made Navy history ❤️
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TheTiaBolden✨ 22 Jul 18
2017: Graduated from the best HBCU 2018: Accepted a full time Engineering position at the NASA Michoud Plant in New Orleans, Louisiana. Blessed is an understatement. 🙏🏾
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TheTiaBolden✨ Feb 24
As we mourn the loss of Katherine Johnson, after 101 trailblazing years. I would like to extend love and appreciation. Your legacy and impact will live throughout Black Women In STEM for ages to come. For because of you, we are no longer hidden. Thank you. 🚀🛰
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Toni Blackman / MEDITATION 26 Feb 17
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Mike Pence Feb 19
It was an honor to meet with the amazing Dr. Christine Darden and the daughters of Katherine G. Johnson! These incredible women broke down racial barriers, pushed forward the frontier of knowledge, and helped to form a more Perfect Union!
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Good Morning America 20 Feb 17
"I just never dreamed that I would be credited with achieving as much as I did." -Raye Montague, a real-life history-making .
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Clear Skies RPG Feb 24
Tonight, we honor the extraordinary life of Katherine Johnson.
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Ava DuVernay 15 Jan 19
Google “Vel Phillips.”
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Good Morning America 20 Feb 17
NOW ON : helps us honor a real-life , Raye Montague who broke barriers as a Navy engineer.
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DNLee 18 Mar 18
. just published a self congratulatory piece about how they helped ID a - re: C Anderson’s mystery woman at marine mammal meeting 1972ish
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Mike Pence Feb 24
Replying to @NASA_Langley
Karen and I send our deepest sympathies to her daughters Joylette and Kathy, who I met just last week at , and her entire family. America will never forget or fail to honor the life and legacy of Katherine G. Johnson.
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U.S. Air Force 7 Dec 18
Mathematician and innovator, Gladys West, is inducted into Space and Missiles Pioneers Hall of Fame. @AFSpace
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Girls Who Code 21 Dec 18
We don't know about you, but we can't wait to read Katherine Johnson's autobiography! You can't be what you can't see - and we're even more excited that her story will be written for middle grade readers. 📚👩🏽‍💻✨
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Hakeem Jeffries Feb 24
Thankful for the amazing life and legacy of trailblazing Mathematician Katherine Johnson . She helped send America to the Moon. Others got the glory. But Ms. Johnson is no longer a . May she forever 🙏🏽✊🏾💪🏽.
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Melanie Lawson Feb 24
So glad she will never again be a NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson, who helped pave the way for the first American astronaut to successfully orbit the Earth, has died at 101. She faced racism & sexism while making great strides.
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Taraji Xone® 26 Aug 17
Happy 99th Birthday to The Living Legend, !!! no more!
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MAKERS 11 Feb 18
Salt Lake City’s oldest elementary school will no longer be named after historical figure tied to racism, and is being renamed to honor Mary W. Jackson, the first black woman to work as a engineer 💥
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No Tea for the Fever 16 Jan 17
She's far from a , but Ella Fitzgerald helped lead the charge to desegregate the not-so friendly skies:
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Blavity News 9 Mar 19
Meet the who helped measure the distance between the Earth and the Moon 🌍🌝
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