The following is part of an article I wrote for The Rising Blog last month: The Rising is a Christian based blog that seeks to share the Gospel through all mediums by covering issues like faith and culture. It’s a privilege get to write for them, so go check them out!
I’m fortunate to have a job that allows me to make my own schedule, which means that some weeks are more productive than others. If I’m honest, some are far more productive. However, the most valuable part of my week this week had nothing to do with “work” or completing house projects. No. The most valuable two and a half hours of my week were spent seeing the movie “Hidden Figures.”
The film takes place in Hampton, VA and is based on the true stories of Katherine G. Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, three female African-American mathematicians who worked for N.A.S.A. during the 60s, and their humble fight to be taken seriously. If you haven’t seen “Hidden Figures” yet, I cannot recommend it highly enough. It’s truly a must see, especially as of late.
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