There have been countless stories told about the men of America’s space program, but the new film “Hidden Figures” profiles the surprising women who helped send NASA to space.
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  1. I don’t think that the character who played Kathrine Johnson did a good enough job. The real lady has a much grater aura that the actress portrays in the film. There are other actresses that would have done a better job.

  2. I always cry when I watch the ending of "Hidden Figures" it makes me happy that these women have their stories recognized and have made these great achievements to help America win the Space Race. I love each and every one of them. 🥰🥰

  3. Finally at 101, Katherine Johnson soared into the heavens like the astronauts she aided… "Let the angels of Thy loving-kindness descend successively upon her, and shelter her beneath Thy blessed Tree. Thou art, verily, the Ever-Forgiving, the Most Generous, the All-Bountiful." ~ Baha'i Prayer

  4. Are blacks going to take over white folks M.K. Ultra mind control weapon technology one day .. I don't think so .. we allow you to live. Whites will never lose full power because of mind control weapon technology forever.. you blacks are nobodies!

  5. Hello, my name is Kathy Cotton, documentary filmmaker. Have you heard of the African American Pioneers of Silicon Valley? I have completed a documentary film about the contributions
    made by Black Americans to some of the most successful companies in the nation. "A Place at the Table" gives voice to Black Americans that have made significant
    contributions to the success of many silicon valley giants. This is a 50 minute film created to increase the awareness of these highly successful people.
    The documentary can be streamed into you classroom or theater from://vimeo.com/ondemand/141122

  6. The story of Katherine Johnson makes me feel so very proud.  I have been watching interviews with her on YouTube, I love, love, love, this woman!  It's a shame we were never taught about her in school.  I certainly hope from now on children will learn about her in schools.

  7. This is a wonderful story and understand why It's so special, but we shouldn't be surprised. There are gifted human beings that should be supported and listened up, regardless their gender, nationality, race etc.