African Americans in Science | Science Museum of Minnesota
Saturday, January 14

1 to 4 p.m.

25th Anniversary!

Discover the inspiring careers and scientific contributions of local African American professionals in the fields health care, technology, and more.

Kids free with paid adult admission
Bring the whole family to these fun events! You get four free kids admissions (ages 17 and under) with each full-priced adult admission. Call (651) 221-9444 to purchase tickets. Special rates for people with limited income are available.

African Americans in Science
Special Guest: Duchess Harris

Duchess HarrisIn honor of the 25th annual African Americans in Science event and the opening of the heralded Hidden Figures motion picture, the museum will host a book-signing with Duchess Harris on January 14. Harris is a Macalester College professor who co-wrote Hidden Human Computers: The Black Women of NASA. The book tells the story of Harris’ grandmother, Miriam D. Mann, and her colleagues, whose engineering work in the 1940s was critical to the success of NASA’s space flight program.

Duchess Harris will do a meet-and-greet and book signing from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the lobby.

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