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Bronx : University Press of Florida, 2019
1 online resource (208 pages)
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ISBN 9780813072487 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9780813066202
Print version: Odom, Brian C. NASA and the Long Civil Rights Movement Bronx : University Press of Florida,c2019 ISBN 9780813066202
Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Foreword: How We Tell about the Civil Rights Movement and Why It Matters -- Introduction: Exploring NASA in the Long Civil Rights Movement -- Part I. New Frameworks -- 1. Space History Matures-and Reaches a Crossroads -- 2. Bringing Mankind to the Moon: The Human Rights Narrative in the Space Age -- 3. Bringing the Moon to Mankind: The Civil Rights Narrative and the Space Age -- Part II. Southern Context -- 4. The Newest South: Race and Space on the Dixie Frontier -- 5. Accommodating the Forces of Change: Civil Rights and Economic Development in Space Age Huntsville, Alabama -- 6. NASA, the Association of Huntsville Area Contractors, and Equal Employment Opportunity in the Rocket City, 1963-1965 -- Part III. International Context -- 7. Arnaldo Tamayo Mendez and Guion Bluford: The Last Cold War Race Battle -- 8. The Congressional Black Caucus and the Closure of NASA’s Satellite Tracking Station at Hartebeesthoek, South Africa -- Part IV. Broader Context -- 9. "A Competence Which Should Be Used": NASA, Social Movements, and Social Problems in the 1970s -- 10. The Gates of Opportunity: NASA, Black Activism, and Educational Access -- 11. "Petite Engineer Likes Math, Music" -- Conclusion: Where Do We Go from Here? Ensuring the Past and Future History of Space -- List of Contributors -- Index.

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