The Hollywood Reporter – The Oscar-nominated historical drama — sharing the untold stories of Katherine Goble, Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, three African-American women who were vital in launching astronaut John Glenn into space in 1962 — will screen on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Los Angeles; Miami; Atlanta; Chicago; New Orleans; Baltimore; Washington; New York City; Detroit; Dallas; Oakland, Calif.; St. Louis; and Charlotte, N.C.
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