Star Trek Legend of Nichelle Nichols to Get a Fit Ultimate Getaway

After playing Uhura on “Star Trek,” Nichols worked with NASA to promote diversity after watching the Apollo 11 launch. In 1977, Nichols was appointed to the National Space Institute’s Board of Directors. She even became a recruiter for NASA, helping to bring new and diverse voices and skills to the organization. As mentioned in the documentary about her life, “Woman in Motion,” Nichols “died into this to become an actress. She changed the world.”

The flight with Nichols is still available and tribute messages will be released later this year. If you scroll down webpage for the mission, you can read some messages from her co-stars and stars from other shows in the “Star Trek” series including William Shatner, George Takei, Walter Koenig, LeVar Burton, Adam Nimoy (son of the late Leonard Nimoy), JJ Abrams, Kate Mulgrew, and Celia Rose Gooding, who played Lieutenant Uhura in “Star Trek: Strange New Worlds.”

It’s a beautiful way to honor a woman who broke so many barriers and changed the face of NASA.

The 2021 “Woman in Motion” documentary is currently showing on Paramount+. Star Trek Legend of Nichelle Nichols to Get a Fit Ultimate Getaway

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