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Copy of Mae Jemison powerpoint
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Never let others hold you back because of their limited imagination. Never let your limited imagination hold back others. -Mae Jemison (First African American woman in space)
On January 6, 1957 Elvis makes his 7th appearance on the Ed Sullivan show.
The summer olympics
were held in Rome Italy in 1960.
On August 28, 1963 Martin
Luther King gives
his I Have A Dream speech.
The first Earth
day was celebrated
during 1970 in the US.
In 1980 Japan became
the largest auto producing
country in the world .
At a young age Mae was asked what she wanted to be as an adult. As a response she answered a scientist. Every one was amazed and skeptical of her dream which only pushed her to prove them wrong
17, 1956 Mae
In 1977 she recieved
her degree in
medicine in 1981.
Opon her return to the US in 1985 she made
a career change to an astronaut.
In october of 1985 she
applied to the Nasa
On September 12, 1992
her shuttle the
endeavour takes off.
September 20 was
the day Mae
returned to Earth.
She recieved the Ebony
award in 1992.
She founded the Jemison
group in 1993.
As a child Mae
developed a strong
talent for dance.
Mae Jemison was the first African American to make it into space.
Mae's great feat helped
where realize their
How It Helped
Why is it
It had been her life
long dream that she
had been the first to
Without Mae's contribution women might not have realized that the field of science and space was not only restricted for men.
Mae Jemison was a hard worker that pushed to defy the limits of society and strive toward success.
She was the first actual
astronaut on Star Trek.
She was a long known scientist.