Former NASA astronaut, and first African-American to perform any extra-vehicular activityBernard A. Harris. On February 9th 1995 his life changed during his second space shuttle flight becoming the first African-American to walk on space! “On this mission, Harris logged 198 hours, 29 minutes in space, completed 129 orbits, and traveled over 2.9 million miles.”- Wiki. Now that’s an accomplishment, throughout all his discouragement in life he credits most of his achievement through self-empowerment and a strong believe system. Now 58, Harris dedicate majority of his time to his foundation, The Harris Foundation, a passionate organization made to help young people particularly kids in urban cities, providing options and informing them on different benefits and features within advancement in life.
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This month marks a special place in all of America hearts as we acknowledge our African-American Ancestors for their bravery, drive and dedication to make this world a better place. We’ve reached greater heights, broken records, and stood fearless throughout trials and tribulations. This month does not define us as a group of people or minorities this month glorifies our strengths, each and everyday located on #cachetalks you will receive a new Historical Black Month Fact. Contact me for any suggestions @useyourcache