Critics had plenty of reasons for wanting to disqualify women from spaceflight in its early stages—but none of them stuck.
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Amy McCaig -May 13, 2017
To have a happy and fulfilling life, you need to “live deeply and look up,” according to Dr. Mae Jemison, who addressed graduates at Rice University’s 104th commencement May 13 in the Academic Quad.
By: EBONY MARIE CHAPPEL @EbonyTheWriter | Posted: Wednesday, May 3, 2017 6:52 pm
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