We could not fail

the first African Americans in the space program
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African American professional employees, African American astronauts, Officials and employees, United States, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Race discrimination, Discrimination in employment, Rules and practice, African American engineers, Biography, Hi
Other titlesFirst African Americans in the space program
StatementRichard Paul & Steven Moss
ContributionsMoss, Steven, 1962- author
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTL521.312 .P39 2015
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 300 pages
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26882339M
ISBN 100292772491
ISBN 139780292772496
LC Control Number2014030513
OCLC/WorldCa893895926

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HOW IT WORKS R arely have we seen a person fail who has thoroughly followed our path. Those who do not recover are people who cannot or will not completely give themselves to this simple program, usually men and women who are constitutionally incapable of be­ ing honest with themselves.

There are such unfortu­ nates. Richard Paul and Steven Moss have written a book called "We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program." Check out the book. Book Discussion on We Could Not Fail CSPAN Aug amam EDT Richard Paul and Steven Moss talk about 10 African Americans who broke the color barrier at NASA and discuss the use of the space program by Presidents Kennedy and Johnson to.

We Could Not Fail: The First African Americans in the Space Program by Richard Paul and Steven Moss Univ. of Texas Press, hardcover, pp., illus.

ISBN US$ Two of the biggest events in America in the s were the race to the Moon and the civil rights movement. Get this from a library. We could not fail: the first African Americans in the Space Program.

[Richard Paul; Steven Moss] -- "The Space Age began just as the struggle for civil rights forced Americans to confront the long and bitter legacy of slavery, discrimination, and violence against African Americans. Presidents John. Get this from a library. We could not fail: the first African American in the Space Program.

[Richard Paul; Moss, Steven,] -- "The Space Age began just as the struggle for civil rights forced Americans to confront the long and bitter legacy of slavery, discrimination, and violence against African Americans. Presidents John. In their historical book, We Could Not Fail, authors Richard Paul and Steven Moss relay the true accounts of 10 African-American men who worked at a time when the excitement of the.

We Could Not Fail (Paperback) The First African Americans in the Space Program. By Richard Paul, Steven Moss. University of Texas Press,pp.

Publication Date: September 6, Other Editions of This Title: Hardcover (5/1/) MP3 CD (1/14/). Update History: On January 3, the text of the citation was changed from “knew you could fail” to “knew you could not fail”.

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