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An initiative of the Coolidge Corner Theater  with 

major support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation 

"HIDDEN FIGURES" - SATURDAY | MAY 13 , 2017 |  2:00PM

THE FUTURE OF WOMEN IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH

SPECIAL GUEST - ASTRONAUT ANNA LEE FISHER

NAPA VALLEY COLLEGE WOMEN IN STEM EMPOWERMENT

JOSEPHINE BRYANT | MACKENZIE DUCE
ELENA MACKO | NAOMI OCEGUERA

Science often exists in the public mind as a tidy series of facts; anonymous and absolute things we know. But the history of science is, like so much else, a human history. The process of discovery isn't a timeline of data points, but a search for meaning undertaken by people looking for answers. But history tends to get simplified; a map becomes a single road leading from point to point. It's not surprising that some scientists who contributed invaluably to the field have been kept out of the dominant narrative because they were women, and they were considered anomalies of their time.

The Cameo Cinema welcomes you to SCIENCE ON SCREEN®'s creative pairings of classic, cult, and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science, technology, and medicine.

This series is made possible through the efforts of the Friends of the Cameo. Science on Screen® will provide the financial support to present a science-related series of films and speakers over the next year.