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Annie Easley

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Among the developers from the pc code for NASA’s Centaur rocket stage, she was one of the primary African-American pc and rocket researchers. After their studies at New Orleans’ Xavier School and pursuing a profession being a pharmacist, she gained a bachelor’s level in mathematics from Cleveland Condition School. Through the Jim Crow period, she worked to make sure that her fellow African-American Alabamans weren’t disenfranchised, achieving her objective by helping potential voters plan the literacy check part of their applications. The little girl of Willie Sims and Bud McCrory, she was raised in pre-Civil Privileges Movement Birmingham, Alabama, and afterwards resolved in Cleveland, Ohio. She and Katherine Johnson had been both pioneering African-American, feminine NASA scientists.

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Full Name Annie Easley
Date Of Birth April 23, 1933
Died June 25, 2011, Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Place Of Birth Alabama
Profession Scientist
Education Cleveland State University, Xavier University of Louisiana
Nationality American
Parents Mary Melvina Hoover, Samuel Bird Easley
Star Sign Taurus

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Peace After Marriage2013production assistant
The Good Heart2009production assistant - uncredited

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Notorious2009location assistant

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Thanks

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Brooklyn's Finest2009special thanks: production assistant, Fuqua Film Program, 2009

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