Monthly Archives: August, 2016

Annie Turnbo Malone was one of the first self made African-American millionaires. She used her success to bring others with her, creating jobs for thousands of other women like her and using her millions to support good causes. Annie was born in southern Illinois in 1869. She was the daughter of two excaped slaves and […] …

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The ‘Human Computer’ Behind the Moon Landing Was a Black Woman — 3CHICSPOLITICO

In an age of racism and sexism, Katherine Johnson broke both barriers at NASA. She calculated the trajectory of man’s first trip to the moon, and was such an accurate mathematician that John Glenn asked her to double-check NASA’s computers. To top it off, she did it all as a black woman in the 1950s […] …

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