Hidden Figures: Celebrating Black Achievement in Space

Wednesday, February 24, 2021 - 6:30pm02/24/2021 6:30pm 02/24/2021 6:30pm Hidden Figures: Celebrating Black Achievement in Space

Join us in observance and celebration of Black History Month when the Institute of Politics hosts a conversation between NASA Astronaut Dr. Jeanette J. Epps and Charles F. Bolden Jr., Major General, USMC (Ret.), 12th NASA Administrator, and member of the Institute of Politics Senior Advisory Committee.

Dr. Epps is slated to make history as the first Black woman crew member to work and live on the International Space Station in 2021. She will be joined in conversation with fellow former Astronaut Charles Bolden to reflect upon their challenges and success of their unique paths and contributions to public service and science.

RSVP here to join the conversation in the virtual JFK Jr. Forum.

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Join us in observance and celebration of Black History Month when the Institute of Politics hosts a conversation between NASA Astronaut Dr. Jeanette J. Epps and Charles F. Bolden Jr., Major General, USMC (Ret.), 12th NASA Administrator, and member of the Institute of Politics Senior Advisory Committee.

Dr. Epps is slated to make history as the first Black woman crew member to work and live on the International Space Station in 2021. She will be joined in conversation with fellow former Astronaut Charles Bolden to reflect upon their challenges and success of their unique paths and contributions to public service and science.

RSVP here to join the conversation in the virtual JFK Jr. Forum.