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“You’re going to touch hearts around the world.”

JANELLE MONÁE IN HIDDEN FIGURES.

THE SCENE: Hidden Figures is the story of three groundbreaking black women who worked as NASA engineers in the 1960s. In this scene, Monáe’s character, Mary Jackson, has to petition a reluctant judge to allow her to take the advanced classes she needs at an all-white school.

“ACTUALLY, I HAD to audition with this scene. This was the scene

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