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Nasa displays the headquarters for black engineer known from the movies

the US space administration, Nasa, name its head office in Washington D. C. for the Mary W. Jackson, who in 1958 became the first black engineer in the organization.

This was stated by Nasa on Wednesday, according to CBS News.

Mary W. Jackson known from the movie 'Hidden Figures' from 2016 on black women's struggle for recognition in the UNITED states in the 1960s.

the Film tells the story of a group of black women who saved a little out of the way compared to the white employees, worked as mathematicians for Nasa in the years when the UNITED states began its space program. In the film, played by Mary W. Jackson of Janelle Monáe.

The acclaimed film was made based on the book 'Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race.'

- Mary W. Jackson was with a group of very important women who helped Nasa to get american astronauts into space, said Nasa's top executive, Jim Bridenstine, in a press release.

Mary agreed never the status quo. She helped to break the barriers down and create opportunities for blacks and women in the field of engineering and technology, sounds it on.

Very appropriate, as Jim Bridenstine expresses it, is the Nasa headquarters in Washington D. C. to address the 'Hidden Figures Way.'

- Now, where it is no longer hidden away, we will continue to recognise the efforts of women, blacks and people with all sorts of backgrounds, which has helped to create Nasa's successful udforskningshistorie.

the Naming of the head office after a black person comes at a time when a debate about racism towards black has flared up in the UNITED states and other countries under the slogan Black Lives Matter.

It is because the black man George Floyd in may lost his life after a brutal arrest of a white police officer in Minneapolis.

In connection with the demonstrations against police brutality against blacks are more statues of historical persons from the slavetiden been vandalized.

Mary W. Jackson was born in 1921 and died in 2005.

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