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Shatner was at this year to get his autograph. Thank you so much for it, your character has always been one of my favorites, and it was a pleasure being able to meet you.

Also, I apologize again for my fiance accidentally walking into you afterwards. She is a bit clumsy at times and still feels bad about it.

Were you in touch with Gene at all during the last years of his life, while he was working on The Next Generation? If so, what was he like?

There are a lot of mixed impressions of him from that time. He was like Gene Roddenberry, no matter when and where it was.

That was the wonderful thing about him. Whoopi Goldberg said Star Trek was her favorite show growing up. She said "they need to write something for me!

Gene talked to me about it, I think he wanted my reaction. I was really excited about it, and I laughed and said "yes, that's what the show needs, a Whoopi Goldberg!

This was no 'comedy thing' to her, this was her favorite show and she is a great actor, she did fantastic, and the world discovered it through Star Trek.

My absolutely favorite episode of Trek is TNG's Measure of a Man , I don't even remember the first time I saw it as a kid, it plays a huge roll in my decision for getting or shooting for anyway a PhD in political science.

Her scene with Picard where she so perfectly frames the debate as one about slavery, how she just guides Picard to that most obvious realization is just so goddamn perfect.

I'll love her forever because of that scene. If anyone wants to watch the episode. I don't know if Nichelle Nichols is being modest but Uhura was a very important influence for Goldberg.

Whoopi was a sci-fi fan and Uhura was the first major african-american character she ever saw in sci-fi. Nichelle Nichols was not just a part of the cast which was progressive in itself but more importantly, she was also shown as beautiful, intelligent and an important member of the crew.

Roddenberry didn't believe that Goldberg was really sincere about joining the cast since she was a major star so Whoopi had to ask twice before he believed her.

Source 1. Source 2. Nichelle, Thank you for doing this AMA! I grew up watching the original Star Trek movies, and it was one of my motivations of joining the Navy in !

I even got the honor of serving on board U. Enterprise CVN This had a major influence on my life and I cannot thank you enough! A great part of the movie takes place in San Francisco in the 80's.

Can you tell us a bit about the experience? Filming in on the streets of SF? Also, in the movie, you all have a bit of fun swimming with the whales when the Bounty crashes in San Francisco Bay in the future.

Was the scene any fun to film? Or was it not fun at all for you? It was a lark and a half! Two and a half larks. Three larks. So much fun.

Everybody on it understood that Gene Roddenberry had a funny bone. They wanted to keep me away from the whales and do some kind of special effects, but I was determined.

I think I was as interesting to the whales as they where to me. I'm so honored to have had a part in your life with your choice of career.

I hope it's been everything you hoped for. Thank you for the quick reply! It has been everything I hoped for and more. The deep impact Star Trek has had on me is something I will cherish for the rest of my life.

Thank you for being such a big part of it! I'm going to hijack this comment to let you know that you were more than just an inspiration to minorities.

I grew up watching TOS and before I knew anything about racism I thought what you were doing was normal.

I think it helped people like me think diversity was normal and not something that needed to be forced.

Thanks for staying apart of the series. Same here. His name was Thad, not token or Franklin. As played by the USS Ranger. The cast felt like they were having a tremendous time together, and as a viewer, it felt like i was invited along with them to have fun.

For me, it will always be the best of all Star Trek movies. It's what got me into the Original Series. The group dynamic was so perfect in that movie.

And I would love to own that phaser gun. SOFIA does not, sadly, fly into space. It's an airborne observatory, a massive telescope mounted inside a flying as high as is possible.

I was on a similar flight, the first airborn observatory, back in It's an amazing experience, you get a totally different perspective than from earth.

SOFIA's first pilot was the late Gordon Fullerton , who in was one of four astronauts who test-piloted the Space Shuttle Enterprise , the shuttle prototype that was named after Star Trek's starship.

I loved the whole show, from when I left to the studio to when I got home, and everything in between. My favorite episodes were anytime Uhura got to go to the planet.

I fought for that, the person who knows the planet and the people better than all of you is the communication officer!

They don't need to communicate to me up on the ship, I've got the communicator right here. I love this! I love that you fought for that because I feel like Uhura herself would have done the same.

It was like the sky opened up, and god said "pick anything that you want that would make the world perfect".

Of course! It would have to be a very specific part, and I'd have to agree with the role. I can't imagine you being ok with even associating with the New Trek movies, because of how much they have twisted the message of TOS.

I don't know who downvoted you, but I agree. They turned Star Trek into Star Wars. The new movies spit on Gene's peaceful vision of the future where all sexes, creeds, and races got along together to explore the unknown.

That's because J. Abrams is a Star Wars fan. There have been multiple interviews where he very clearly states that he never watched Star Trek as a kid, preferring to watch Star Wars instead.

And I mean, there's nothing wrong with that, but that type of interest does NOT mesh with how Star Trek is meant to be portrayed.

At all. It's impossible to miss how the forced action sequences in the New Treks are more similar to Star Wars than anything Star Trek ever did.

Abrams turned Star Trek into a space opera. I personally loved it, but I can see how trekkies would have hated it. I hate when people say they turned Star Trek into Star Wars.

I'm not saying the new movies are faithful or even good, but Star Wars they ain't. Star Wars is almost a fantasy movie before it's a sci-fi movie.

There's a mysticism about it all. The new Star Trek movies are very much sci-fi with alternate timelines and all that.

Not much in the way of fantasy to them. What they did was turn Star Trek into somewhat generic, sci-fi action fan-fiction.

They did not turn it into a space opera with significant fantasy elements, which is Star Wars. This is my problem with the movies as well.

They're great movies and entertaining, I still really enjoy them but they just aren't quite what Star Trek is about. It's like Abrams completely missed the point.

There's very little science in the new movies and especially with regards to gender in TOS, it's so off putting.

From what I can remember of the newest ones, there are two female characters that are important to the story, Uhura and Carol.

Both are shown undressing this might have been in the first one for Uhura with that green chick and they're obviously sexualized for no reason other than to make the films interesting for people who are not into Star Trek.

It doesn't add to the story at all. The women in the film are not treated the way the men in the film are or the way they would have been treated in any of the star trek series.

It's like they're not even part of the crew. That was one of my personal favorite aspects of Star Trek as a scientist, the respect for all people, but that kind of got tossed out the window.

Not that they were treated terribly, it's just that it was not necessary or respectful as Uhura is a high ranking officer and it was very noticeable and out of place.

Hi Nichelle! I'll be at Dragon Con later this year, and I was extremely excited when I heard you'd be there as well!

My question is, was there a specific moment when you realized you had become a symbol as one of the first non stereotyped black women on television?

What was it like at first going from being an another actress to one of the most recognized ones?

The way I got into the public spotlight, I never was 'another actress', I was Uhura from the beginning on a show that was big from the beginning.

It was my first major credit! Dragon Con! That's the one that Garret Wong helps with, right? What is it like to have a fellow Trek Alumni direct you around rather than be on panels with you?

Garret does both. He's a huge fan just like everybody else and it's hilarious to watch him geek out when other Star Trek people come out on stage!

Working with Gene is something that most Trekkers don't appreciate. Gene set the voice, the tone, and had a great sense of humor. Hey was so serious about the quality of the work, and respectful to everyone on the show, every fan, and every other show he was involved with.

Never anything that would demean a fan or an actor, and especially his show. That wouldn't have happened back in the original series, Uhura was a private person with a personal life separate from the rest of the crew.

Thanks so much for the response! I've always thought it felt ham-fisted. It's nice to know you agree. Any serious fan who saw the original series would know it would not have been possible, they'd laugh their heads off.

I'm curious to know if that it being an interracial relationship would have played a part in that not happening. I think that you and a number of the other cast members have really gone above and beyond with regards to your commitment to the fans.

What is the most surprising thing a fan has done when meeting you positive or negative? Also, thanks for all of your work as a pioneer, advocate, musician, and actress.

You're a real inspiration! I'm never surprised by anything a fan does, it's always wonderful. They really taught me to care, not only about fandom but about my role and responsibility to them.

Dear Nichelle, thank you so much for doing this AMA. I grew up watching Star Trek with my father, who used it to teach me about racism and gender equality not just in the actual stories, but also the behind-the-scenes stuff, like Dr.

King asking you to stay on the show. You've been a hero of mine for almost my entire life. My question for you is, who was your hero, or who were your heroes, when you were a child?

Thank you so much for your kind words, I'm so honored to have been able to have a role in your life. I wanted to be a singer as a child.

Lena Horne was the greatest when I was growing up, a star, a performer, a lady. When you saw her, you never forgot it.

Marian Anderson is tied for first place with her, she was an icon for every black female artist of my generation. And thank God I got to meet her before she died, that was the greatest thing for me.

She had a voice that made you just shiver in place. I have heroes, and I felt it was a duty of mine to be a hero to others.

If I was going to be in front of others, I wanted to be a hero I'd be proud to have. I hadn't heard of Marian Anderson before, but I've been listening to a playlist of her songs for half an hour now.

Her voice is incredibly unique and beautiful. Thank you! Marian was more than just a singer. She was also involved with the civil rights movement.

I recommend reading up on her biography. IIRC Marian Anderson was an opera singer who was not content to learn to sing operas in German, Italian, and French by merely learning them phonetically.

She made the effort to actually learn to speak all three languages in order to better understand the emotions in the lyrics she was singing.

During your years on Star Trek, how were you treated among the general population? Were you respected for your craft? Or was racism too overpowering?

Of course I was well respected. Trekdom was well respected, and the actors were all well respected. While everyone on the planet experienced some kind of racism at the time, I'm delighted to say that I never felt singled out or targeted.

Trek Fans were the most respectful, and I have the highest respect for the fans of trekdom. As a fan in my mid 40s, I remember going to early star trek conventions before there was even any movies!

In those days, there was such a welcoming atmosphere where everyone was connected through the show and everyone shared the values we had seen on Star Trek.

It was like finding out you had a second, enormous, family. Did you give any words of advice to the terrific Zoe Saldana prior to her taking on the role of Uhura?

Were there any moments on Star Trek that required a little fight from you in order to continue the positive portrayal of your race and gender through your character?

I don't know enough details of the history of the show, but I have to imagine that the network executives would have put a lot of pressure on Gene to make the show more ordinary.

It's amazing that he was able to keep it what it was. And they very much did. The show wouldn't have any minorities or any "soviets" if it weren't for his stubbornness.

I'm not sure it's right to rain on people's parade here, but I do feel compelled to point out that the mythology about Gene Roddenberry grew to epic proportions soon after the original series ended, and a lot of it isn't really true.

For instance, NBC, the network on which Star Trek aired, had already been encouraging their producers to include more black actors in legitimate roles for years by the time Star Trek showed up.

Roddenberry liked to say that the network objected to his original pilot because it wasn't white enough It's only after they sent him back to the drawing board that we see some people of color on the show.

I think people hear the stories about NBC trying to get him to remove a female first officer and a "Satanic-looking" alien and just assume NBC was against all diversity.

Regardless, I used to have a colleague who was friends with Majel, and I got a little bit of gossip that you don't hear on the net There is no perfect all purpose soil, it's going to depend on what you are trying to grow.

I wish there was a perfect soil! Piggybacking backing off of the gardening questions, do you grow food, ornamentals or both? And what's your favorite plant s in your garden?

Oh holy crap I get to discuss plant science science with Uhura! Alright, I studied a bit of horticulture. Depending on what you are growing your NPK ratio is very important.

You can actually usually send a sample of your soil off to a local university and for a fee they will give you an analysis.

They sell soil test kits but I find they aren't nearly as reliable as sending a sample for testing. What you are growing and what your original soil conditions are should dictate the amount of N-P-K you should add in the form of fertilizer.

Different plants have different needs as I am sure you well know. One needs to take into account hardiness zones when selecting plants as no matter how well you tend garden if your plants can't survive in a climate that is too hot or cold everything will just end up wilting.

There is no ideal soil for all plants but there is an area that will support a large variety without focusing on making one genus or cultivar thrive.

The best thing to do is to figure out what hardiness zone your area falls into and select plants that will do well in that climate.

You can go a little over or under but not too much or the mass death of many plants will follow. The flowers and stuff you get from places like Lowes and Home Depot are, and pardon me, shit.

They are pretty much the lowest priced plants those chains can buy from real suppliers. Most flowers start out as plugs and those plugs either get grown in-house or get shipped out to growers.

Those big chains get the bottom of the barrel. If you want good plants go straight to the distributor and either get plugs and raise them yourself or go to a reliable and recommend supplier of plants.

Often they will also be place that sells serious hardscaping materials, trees, high quality fertilizer and very knowledgeable staff who are happy to help.

Places like that usually only hire floor associates that are serious about plants. Assuming the plants are in containers plastic bucket pots the ideal process is to first tend the land, till it, and fertilize it with what you've determined to be the proper NPK mixture.

Dig the hole and soak generously with water. Un-pot the plant, use a utility knife to cut down the side of the rootball in a few placs and then plant.

Back fill adding a bit of water and then make a little levy around the base. Refill this often until the plant is established. I'm assuming Mrs.

Nichols you already know most of this, which is awesome. I always enjoyed your performance on the show and after it ended, the various views and morals you have expressed in interviews, appearances, etc.

Thanks again and I wish you peace and a long life Mrs. Thanks for all the entertainment. As a soil scientist and agronomist, I'm glad there are plenty of soil types and plants with their own soil preferences!

How was it you came to be on Disney's Gargoyles , along with an inordinate number of other fellow Star Trek castmembers? I'm a huge Trek fan. Thank you doing this AMA.

When people discuss the first interracial kiss on television between you and William Shatner, these discussions are usually done through a male perspective.

What were your initial feelings regarding the scene? Did you receive any backlash from the African American community for your involvement?

Thanks again! Probably because it wasn't the first interracial kiss on television. Even within the USA it wasn't the first.

Heck, it isn't even the first interracial kiss on Star Trek. Shatners on screen kisses with France Nuyen and Barbara Luna both happened before the famous one with Nichelle Nichols.

But what if you define interracial as only being between black and white? Still not first. That would be Sammy Davis, Jr.

Here it is. This is just one of those things like Charles Lindbergh being the "first" to fly across the Atlantic or Thomas Edison inventing the "first" light bulb that everyone just knows to be true but isn't no matter how you define the terms.

How was Star Trek perceived in the 60s? Was it immediately viewed as a phenomenon conveying all the idealistic messages and new technology ideas?

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Uhura's World Series: Consist of smaller stories that formulate different parts of Uhura's life and events.

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In the interview clip below, Nichols. For the mirror universe counterpart, see Nyota Uhura mirror. For the counterpart in the timeline created by Nero's incursion, see Nyota Uhura alternate reality.

Nyota Upenda Uhura was a Federation Starfleet officer in both the 23rd century and the 24th century. Nearly thirty years of that service was under Captain James T.

Uhura was first played by Nichelle Nichols as a supporting character in the original Star Trek series. Nichols voiced Uhura in the animated Star Trek series and appeared in the first six Star Trek movies.

Zoe Saldana portrayed a younger version of the character in the Star Trek film in which the character's first name. Kirk in She participates as a secondary but important character in the events of the movie, and has a romance with reboot Spock Uhura - Meaning of the name syll.

The origin of Uhura is African-Swahili. The name Uhura means freedom. The name Uhera is a form of Uhura.

Uhura is not popular as a baby girl name. It is not listed within the top Lt. Uhura of Star Trek. Background: I'm a fan of the fans.

I love them. They're fabulous. I love being around them. I love their madness and their caring. I love watching them take off for a weekend, don the costumes, and become characters from the 23rd century and beyond.

I thank the fans for giving us, me, so much support and love. For the primary universe counterpart, see Nyota Uhura. EDIT Some of the confusion about the fabrication method from the comments below is addressed here Uhura's uniform and panties: These uniforms were in use until the mid 's when the style changed to those in STTMP.

Elizabeth Dehner in Where No Man Has Gone Before wore a slightly different style of uniform that was worn with pants Uhura and McCoy listen as Kirk tells Spock that the game is not chess, but poker: As the countdown goes under one minute before the supposed destruction of the Enterprise , Uhura moves down and takes a prominent position directly behind the captain's chair:.

In the midst of the tense showdown with the Fesarius, the efficient Yeoman Rand comes to the bridge to serve coffee.

Linwood Wallpapers. Bundles with this patter Description. Sämtliche Vornamen Uhuras sind umstritten, ebenso die Frage, ob sie überhaupt einen Vornamen hat.

In keiner Serienfolge wurde je ein Vorname genannt. Uhura bestätigt Kirk, dass das Schiff laut Scott explodieren wird. Uhura stellt fest, dass es sich dabei um die Quelle der Radioemissionen handelt.

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Nichelle Nichols Farewell Convention. The weekend will include panels, a party, a banquet, exclusive merchandise and a celebrity signing area with Star Trek alum..

Uhura must decode their ancestral songs to uncover their shameful secrets and save a planet from disaster. Kagan focuses on Uhura, but creates a wonderful civilisation for readers to explore as the Away Team searches for a cure.

They have been given out as a set as special rewards, mainly as a convention reward. They can also be purchased from the Zen Store for 10, under the name Procured Holo Enterprise Crew as part of Mudd's Market, though it periodically goes on massive discounts.

The suit is against Nichols. May 8, - Selection of the best Star Trek Uhura costumes. Uhura on the Star Trek animated series in Before joining the crew on Star Trek, she sang and danced with Duke Ellington's band.

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You only had to read it to know it was something special. The writers, producers, the story, it was something brand new.

I grew up with you on the bridge, and if you were on the bridge you were important. It never occurred to me that women wouldn't be in space.

Couldn't agree more with this. Television was fascinating to me at that young age, and seeing Uhura in such an important role helped mold my views on gender and race roles, something I never understood until much much later in life.

Wow, totally agree. Growing up with uhura, sulu, and chekov had a big effect on me. They were all just smart, strong people, equal and diverse.

Is this true? What was this conversation like? This is true. I had several conversations with him over the years, and it sounds like the stories have gotten mixed and confused.

I was offered a role on Broadway. I was a singer on stage long before I was an actress, and Broadway was always a dream to me. I was ready to leave Star Trek and pursue what I'd always wanted to do.

Martin Luther King, quite some time after I'd first met him, approached me and said something along the lines of "Nichelle, whether you like it or not, you have become an symbol.

If you leave, they can replace you with a blonde haired white girl, and it will be like you were never there. What you've accomplished, for all of us, will only be real if you stay.

I saw that this was bigger than just me. Part of the popular story goes that when Roddenberry heard what Dr. King had said, he said something like "finally, someone gets it.

What was it like working with Gene on a regular basis? Did he talk about trying to create the better world he portrayed in his science and police fiction?

He didn't talk about it, he just did it. It was who he was. He believed in that world, if you got it you got it.

If you didn't get it, you'd see it anyway. This whole AMA has been really positive from both the participants and Nichelle. It's been a real treat to check in on this throughout my afternoon.

However, I did startle my wife when I saw that my question had been answered by Uhura and shouted while she was beside me making her lunch. We're ok now though, our marriage is pretty solid.

Well, when I was nine years old Star Trek came on. I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, "Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come quick, there's a black lady on television and she ain't no maid!

Whoopi Goldberg really is a peach. I hope I get to meet her someday - I can tell her I've been a fan since before I could walk, literally.

Her and Ray Charles I feel like the more recent works in the franchise have wandered away from that vision. It's sad, because we need it now more than ever.

Follow up: How did you feel at the time he asked you to stay on star trek? How do you feel now about it? I trusted Dr. Martin Luther King implicitly.

I stayed on the show and I never looked back. I absolutely still believe in that decision. Long time trek fan.

Thats great to hear. Sometimes people become bitter at the choices they've made. I'm envisioning Dr King watching ST on tv - he did have a lot of time in hotel rooms or what have you.

I think most Starfleet wessels are named after current existing wessels. Challenged, he responded, "If it weren't for this show, we wouldn't have Sesame Street!

Just watch. I wonder if this kind of thing is behind the "Hollywood is a liberal commie plot trying to infect society" attitude of some fundementalists.

I've been surprised at the racist origins of so many "moral" objections that the people I was raised around have. I'm pretty sure sesame street came first, or at the same time.

I promised them I wouldn't say so that whoever did get the role didn't feel they were second to anyone.

If you don't mind a follow up question, if you could play any roll on Broadway, what would your choice be?

After the show, I would have loved to see them take Star Trek to Broadway as a musical. I write as well as perform, I would have loved to take a creative lead here.

Would have been amazing. The twin Star Trek and theater geeks in me couldn't agree more. I am not a huge fan of either although I do enjoy both to some degree , but I would would take the trip from Florida to watch that.

Not necessarily Star Trek themed, but the two of you have had such an amazing impact on society accepting people - you, as a woman of color in a position of power- him, as an out and proud gay man.

I saw you at a con a few years ago, and I would love to have skin as luminous as yours when I am your age! Perhaps we will, we both worked in theater, and we both look for opportunities off-screen.

I would love to, but nothing is in the works right now. I can't tell you how many times I've been asked about my skin! The truth of the matter is: ivory soap.

And lots of water. I am very confused. This reply is -what- six or seven levels down from the original question, but the celebrity OP is still here, still answering follow-ups.

Thanks for showing the rest of the world what AMAs are about, and for engaging fans so directly and so fully and for putting in this effort.

It is really, really appreciated. No question here. Just admiration for a role model continuing to be a role model simply by doing her best and being good at what she does.

Just wanted to say, I saw her at a con a while ago. And everyone was like, yep! She's great. I'm here reading all these followup answers to followup questions deep in various chains and I'm friggin thrilled about it.

Star Trek on Broadway is an amazing idea, would definitely have to be done in the aesthetic of the original series. Just so you know, as a white male, it was important to me too.

Growing up seeing that all people, not just those who looked like me, were on the Enterprise was invaluable.

I credit you and those like you for making diversity a part of my inherent belief about the world. Thank you. Not to mention Pavel Chekov.

I can't imagine how strange yet awesome it was to have a Russian guy on the enterprise during the Cold War. It really does highlight how forward thinking Gene Roddenberry was to recognize that we weren't always going to be as bitter enemies with Russia now Russia is like that jackass cousin you have to put up with at thanksgiving.

Recent enough, in fact, that George Takei and his family were forced to live in the internment camps when he was a boy. I love it when I read someone perfectly encapsulate a belief I didn't even consciously realize I'd always had.

If there can be aliens with rubber foreheads on the Enterprise, surely there can be humans with darker skin as well. And I love that this was realized.

Case in point: Lt. Palmer when Uhura was away. It's interesting that you also had this "singing dance trap" scene in Star Trek V as it really seemed to showcase your more artistic side outside of your normal role as Uhura.

Either way, it's one of the more memorable scenes for your character that I remember from the movies and series.

You're such a beautiful person. For you to give up on your first passion because you realized the impact you would have on others, it's just such tremendous thing.

Well, I've got to go today, it's been fantastic talking to you. I will jump in later to answer some questions if I can. It's tough to write a goodbye statement, because it's never goodbye!

You know where to reach out to me on Twitter and of course my new StarPower page. I'll always get back to you as soon as I can.

Thank you for being so open and answering this many follow up questions. It was a genuine pleasure. This was one of the best AMAs I've seen.

I like how you took time to answer so many follow-up questions. I know it probably has never cross your mind, but, about three years ago I got the change to meet you at Motor City Comic Con.

You autographed a print of you and William Shatner embracing for your famous kiss. I Just wanted to let you know I was finally able to make it to a convention that Mr.

Shatner was at this year to get his autograph. Thank you so much for it, your character has always been one of my favorites, and it was a pleasure being able to meet you.

Also, I apologize again for my fiance accidentally walking into you afterwards. She is a bit clumsy at times and still feels bad about it.

Were you in touch with Gene at all during the last years of his life, while he was working on The Next Generation? If so, what was he like?

There are a lot of mixed impressions of him from that time. He was like Gene Roddenberry, no matter when and where it was. That was the wonderful thing about him.

Whoopi Goldberg said Star Trek was her favorite show growing up. She said "they need to write something for me! Gene talked to me about it, I think he wanted my reaction.

I was really excited about it, and I laughed and said "yes, that's what the show needs, a Whoopi Goldberg! This was no 'comedy thing' to her, this was her favorite show and she is a great actor, she did fantastic, and the world discovered it through Star Trek.

My absolutely favorite episode of Trek is TNG's Measure of a Man , I don't even remember the first time I saw it as a kid, it plays a huge roll in my decision for getting or shooting for anyway a PhD in political science.

Her scene with Picard where she so perfectly frames the debate as one about slavery, how she just guides Picard to that most obvious realization is just so goddamn perfect.

I'll love her forever because of that scene. If anyone wants to watch the episode. I don't know if Nichelle Nichols is being modest but Uhura was a very important influence for Goldberg.

Whoopi was a sci-fi fan and Uhura was the first major african-american character she ever saw in sci-fi. Nichelle Nichols was not just a part of the cast which was progressive in itself but more importantly, she was also shown as beautiful, intelligent and an important member of the crew.

Roddenberry didn't believe that Goldberg was really sincere about joining the cast since she was a major star so Whoopi had to ask twice before he believed her.

Source 1. Source 2. Nichelle, Thank you for doing this AMA! I grew up watching the original Star Trek movies, and it was one of my motivations of joining the Navy in !

I even got the honor of serving on board U. Enterprise CVN This had a major influence on my life and I cannot thank you enough! A great part of the movie takes place in San Francisco in the 80's.

Can you tell us a bit about the experience? Filming in on the streets of SF? Also, in the movie, you all have a bit of fun swimming with the whales when the Bounty crashes in San Francisco Bay in the future.

Was the scene any fun to film? Or was it not fun at all for you? It was a lark and a half! Two and a half larks.

Three larks. So much fun. Everybody on it understood that Gene Roddenberry had a funny bone. They wanted to keep me away from the whales and do some kind of special effects, but I was determined.

I think I was as interesting to the whales as they where to me. I'm so honored to have had a part in your life with your choice of career.

I hope it's been everything you hoped for. Thank you for the quick reply! It has been everything I hoped for and more. The deep impact Star Trek has had on me is something I will cherish for the rest of my life.

Thank you for being such a big part of it! I'm going to hijack this comment to let you know that you were more than just an inspiration to minorities.

I grew up watching TOS and before I knew anything about racism I thought what you were doing was normal. I think it helped people like me think diversity was normal and not something that needed to be forced.

Thanks for staying apart of the series. Same here. His name was Thad, not token or Franklin. As played by the USS Ranger. The cast felt like they were having a tremendous time together, and as a viewer, it felt like i was invited along with them to have fun.

For me, it will always be the best of all Star Trek movies. It's what got me into the Original Series. The group dynamic was so perfect in that movie.

And I would love to own that phaser gun. SOFIA does not, sadly, fly into space. It's an airborne observatory, a massive telescope mounted inside a flying as high as is possible.

I was on a similar flight, the first airborn observatory, back in It's an amazing experience, you get a totally different perspective than from earth.

SOFIA's first pilot was the late Gordon Fullerton , who in was one of four astronauts who test-piloted the Space Shuttle Enterprise , the shuttle prototype that was named after Star Trek's starship.

I loved the whole show, from when I left to the studio to when I got home, and everything in between. My favorite episodes were anytime Uhura got to go to the planet.

I fought for that, the person who knows the planet and the people better than all of you is the communication officer!

They don't need to communicate to me up on the ship, I've got the communicator right here. I love this! I love that you fought for that because I feel like Uhura herself would have done the same.

It was like the sky opened up, and god said "pick anything that you want that would make the world perfect". Of course!

It would have to be a very specific part, and I'd have to agree with the role. I can't imagine you being ok with even associating with the New Trek movies, because of how much they have twisted the message of TOS.

I don't know who downvoted you, but I agree. They turned Star Trek into Star Wars. The new movies spit on Gene's peaceful vision of the future where all sexes, creeds, and races got along together to explore the unknown.

That's because J. Abrams is a Star Wars fan. There have been multiple interviews where he very clearly states that he never watched Star Trek as a kid, preferring to watch Star Wars instead.

And I mean, there's nothing wrong with that, but that type of interest does NOT mesh with how Star Trek is meant to be portrayed.

At all. It's impossible to miss how the forced action sequences in the New Treks are more similar to Star Wars than anything Star Trek ever did. Abrams turned Star Trek into a space opera.

I personally loved it, but I can see how trekkies would have hated it. I hate when people say they turned Star Trek into Star Wars. I'm not saying the new movies are faithful or even good, but Star Wars they ain't.

Star Wars is almost a fantasy movie before it's a sci-fi movie. There's a mysticism about it all. The new Star Trek movies are very much sci-fi with alternate timelines and all that.

Not much in the way of fantasy to them. What they did was turn Star Trek into somewhat generic, sci-fi action fan-fiction.

They did not turn it into a space opera with significant fantasy elements, which is Star Wars. This is my problem with the movies as well.

They're great movies and entertaining, I still really enjoy them but they just aren't quite what Star Trek is about. It's like Abrams completely missed the point.

There's very little science in the new movies and especially with regards to gender in TOS, it's so off putting. From what I can remember of the newest ones, there are two female characters that are important to the story, Uhura and Carol.

Both are shown undressing this might have been in the first one for Uhura with that green chick and they're obviously sexualized for no reason other than to make the films interesting for people who are not into Star Trek.

It doesn't add to the story at all. The women in the film are not treated the way the men in the film are or the way they would have been treated in any of the star trek series.

It's like they're not even part of the crew. That was one of my personal favorite aspects of Star Trek as a scientist, the respect for all people, but that kind of got tossed out the window.

Not that they were treated terribly, it's just that it was not necessary or respectful as Uhura is a high ranking officer and it was very noticeable and out of place.

Hi Nichelle! I'll be at Dragon Con later this year, and I was extremely excited when I heard you'd be there as well!

My question is, was there a specific moment when you realized you had become a symbol as one of the first non stereotyped black women on television?

What was it like at first going from being an another actress to one of the most recognized ones? The way I got into the public spotlight, I never was 'another actress', I was Uhura from the beginning on a show that was big from the beginning.

It was my first major credit! Dragon Con! That's the one that Garret Wong helps with, right? What is it like to have a fellow Trek Alumni direct you around rather than be on panels with you?

Garret does both. He's a huge fan just like everybody else and it's hilarious to watch him geek out when other Star Trek people come out on stage!

Working with Gene is something that most Trekkers don't appreciate. Gene set the voice, the tone, and had a great sense of humor.

Hey was so serious about the quality of the work, and respectful to everyone on the show, every fan, and every other show he was involved with. Never anything that would demean a fan or an actor, and especially his show.

In the interview clip below, Nichols. For the mirror universe counterpart, see Nyota Uhura mirror. For the counterpart in the timeline created by Nero's incursion, see Nyota Uhura alternate reality.

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Uhura was first played by Nichelle Nichols as a supporting character in the original Star Trek series. Nichols voiced Uhura in the animated Star Trek series and appeared in the first six Star Trek movies.

Zoe Saldana portrayed a younger version of the character in the Star Trek film in which the character's first name.

Kirk in She participates as a secondary but important character in the events of the movie, and has a romance with reboot Spock Uhura - Meaning of the name syll.

The origin of Uhura is African-Swahili. The name Uhura means freedom. The name Uhera is a form of Uhura.

Uhura is not popular as a baby girl name. It is not listed within the top Lt. Uhura of Star Trek. Background: I'm a fan of the fans. I love them.

They're fabulous. I love being around them. I love their madness and their caring. I love watching them take off for a weekend, don the costumes, and become characters from the 23rd century and beyond.

I thank the fans for giving us, me, so much support and love. For the primary universe counterpart, see Nyota Uhura. EDIT Some of the confusion about the fabrication method from the comments below is addressed here Uhura's uniform and panties: These uniforms were in use until the mid 's when the style changed to those in STTMP.

Elizabeth Dehner in Where No Man Has Gone Before wore a slightly different style of uniform that was worn with pants Uhura and McCoy listen as Kirk tells Spock that the game is not chess, but poker: As the countdown goes under one minute before the supposed destruction of the Enterprise , Uhura moves down and takes a prominent position directly behind the captain's chair:.

In the midst of the tense showdown with the Fesarius, the efficient Yeoman Rand comes to the bridge to serve coffee.

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Uhura must decode their ancestral songs to uncover their shameful secrets and save a planet from disaster.

Kagan focuses on Uhura, but creates a wonderful civilisation for readers to explore as the Away Team searches for a cure. They have been given out as a set as special rewards, mainly as a convention reward.

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The suit is against Nichols. May 8, - Selection of the best Star Trek Uhura costumes. Uhura on the Star Trek animated series in Before joining the crew on Star Trek, she sang and danced with Duke Ellington's band.

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