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Gladys West: the hidden figure who helped invent GPS
by Aamna Mohdin
The Guardian Translate This Article
21 November 2020
On 21 November 2020 The Guardian reported:
Growing up on a farm in [the US state of] Virginia during segregation, Gladys West knew education would be her means of escape. But she didn't know her quiet work on a naval base would change lives around the world. What she could not have guessed was that [her focus on education] would shatter the perceptions of black women of the time and even lead to the invention of one of our most widely used inventions -- GPS, the global positioning system.
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