Streaming now on Alabama Public TV
“NASA’s Women of True Grit,” is a 30-minute documentary showcasing three women behind NASA’s planned missions to put the first woman and person of color on the moon, premieres on Alabama Public Television Thursday, November 17 at 8:00 p.m. CST and will stream on demand. Written and produced by noted film documentarian and Alabama native, Edie Hand, “NASA’s Women of True Grit,” is the second episode in Hand’s “Women of True Grit” series. “NASA’s Women of True Grit” title sponsors include 8 track Entertainment, www.8trackent.com, Alabama Power Company, www.Alabamapower.com and Coca Cola Bottling Company United cocacolaunited.com
In this compelling episode, Hand shines a light on Jody Singer, Director of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, Dr. Lisa Watson-Morgan, Manager of NASA’s Human Landing System Program and Lakiesha Hawkins, Deputy Manager (SES) of the Human Landing System Program at NASA. Hand’s in-depth one-on-one interviews share the captivating stories of these three women as they prepare for the Artemis three missions and provide a personal insight into the Grit it takes to walk their walks. “A Better Tomorrow,” an inspirational and empowering song co-written and performed by Victoria Renee, provides the backdrop for the “NASA’s Women of True Grit” program.