As February is Black History Month, we wanted to take an opportunity to highlight the Black literary community and its many incredible contributions to the world of reading.
Back in the days when computers were people and not machines, a group of women kept NASA running without receiving the credit they deserved. This week, we’re talking about the 2016 adaptation of Hidden Figures, the story of three incredible women who accomplished what seemed impossible in the time that they worked at the space agency. A perfect film it isn’t, but good writing and great performances make this biopic about Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughn and Mary Jackson is one that the world should know.
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