WITH RED TAILS THE MOVIE BEING RELEASED ON JANARY 20TH 2012 NATIONALLY WE HONOR MAE JEMISON A TRUE TRANSMEDIA WOMAN AND MODERN DAY ROCKET SCIENTIST.
WCNTV is advocating that the Tuskegee Airmen Inc. launch a Blue Sky's Initiative to insure that our tradition in Aviation reaches no boundaries. This inspirational story is just one of a series that WCNTV will be showcasing as we forge for the future and beyond the Horizon we see HOPE. Hope in a future filled with possibilities with people are judged for the content of their character and not just the color of their skin.
MAE JEMISON YOU ARE TODAY'S TRANSMEDIA WOMAN. CONGRATULATIONS ON THE 100 YEAR STARTHIP PROJECT.
MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU. Okay had to go there. See Red Tails Support The Tuskegee Airmen Inc. and our goals to create an Tuskegee Aviation Academy. Stay Tuned on how you can expose your children to (STEM) SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATH applications with the Swagger of the Tuskegee Airmen Tradition. Check out the film you will see what we mean.
YOUR BLACK WORLD FEATURES:
Mae Jemison, the first black woman in space back in 1992, has been selected to lead a project to determine how human beings might be able to survive outside the solar system. Jemison is going to be the commander of the “100 Year Starship Project,” which will actually investigate the possibilities and implications of having a multi-generational mission outside the solar system.Jemison, who is now 55-years old, set up the 100 Year Starship Symposium last year. She did such a wonderful job that she was given another $500,000 contract to continue her research. The award was granted by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Their objective is to determine what would be needed for an interstellar space mission.
Jemison’s group, the Dorothy Jemison Foundation for Excellence, is based in Houston. They’ve joined forces with Icarus Interstellar the Foundation for Enterprise Development.