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Letter to Dr. Mae C. Jemison

Your Ted Talk, Twenty years ago, remains relevant today

American astronaut Mae Jemison at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center in January 1992 (Public Domain)

Dear Dr. Jemison (Mae)

How goes it?

To begin, I have a crush on you. It has been there a while now. Not a crush like I want to meet you and go on dates but a crush of excellence and appreciation from afar.

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