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October 13, 2015 AT 3:00 pm

Dr. Mae Jemison #ALD15 @findingada

Mae Jemison in Space

Dr. Mae Jemison was the first female African-american astronaut, via space.com

When the space shuttle Endeavour blasted off on its second mission, it carried the first African American woman into space. But Mae Jemison was more than an astronaut – she’s also a physician, a Peace Corps volunteer, a teacher, and founder and president of two technology companies. Let’s take a look at this remarkable woman.

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