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Hidden Figures: the American Dream And the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race

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Holding up her right hand, she swore the US Civil Service oath of office, confirming her status as an employee of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics. But it was her employee badge—a blue metal circle dominated by an image of her face, with the winged NACA logo on either side—that sealed her status as a member of the club, the bearer of a token that allowed her free access to the laboratory’s facilities. Entering the waiting Langley shuttle bus, Dorothy Vaughan headed to her final de...stination in the laboratory’s West Area.
    “If the Placement Officer shall see fit to assign thee to a far-off land of desolation, a land of marshes and mosquitoes without number known as the West Area, curse him not. But equip thyself with hip-boots, take heed that thy hospitalization is paid up and go forth on thy safari into the wilderness and be not bitter over thy sad fate,” joked a contributor to the weekly employee newsletter, Air Scoop.
    Since its establishment in 1917, the laboratory’s operations had been concentrated on the campus of the Langley Field military base on the bank of Hampton’s Back River.


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this book is good beside rudeness of it ,loved it

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yes this book make me cry.

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I think like everyone else this was a very amazing book. It lets everyone else and not only girls but boys not only blacks but whites know that we can all come together and be one. This was a very good book and i don't care what everyone else thinks about it.

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I loved this book it is so good I wish it never ended

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this book is good and im only 13

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Summer Winter 5 years ago

The book was so amazing! Something I have read before is how this girl gets taken out of a school because so many people didn't want their children near black kids.:(

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i know that was sad
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