In the same way the first african americans in the space program had to be at their best at all times with all that was riding on their presence there they could not fail this book combines the fields of space history african american history southern history and social history to tell its story. A new book about the first african americans to join the space program has just come out its called we could not fail authors steven moss and richard paul profiled 10 african american . In 2010 he produced race and the space race which told the stories of the first african americans in the space program in 2012 he was named the verville fellow at the smithsonian national air and space museum where he co wrote we could not fail the first african americans in the space program. We could not fail tells the inspiring largely unknown story of how shooting for the stars helped to overcome segregation on earth richard paul and steven moss profile ten pioneer african american space workers whose stories illustrate the role nasa and the space program played in promoting civil rights. Richard paul and steven moss co authors of we could not fail the first african americans in the space program joined st louis on the air host don marsh to discuss nasas history
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