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Juanita Jewel Craft (1902-1985) was a civil rights advocate and politician. After graduating high school, Craft attended Prairie View A&M University where she studied sewing and millinery yet after two years moved to Austin and obtained her teaching certificate from Samuel Houston College. She worked as a maid at a hotel and later as a seamstress. Craft joined the NAACP, and over the span of 11 years, she organized 182 branches. She was the first African American woman to vote in a public election in Dallas County. Craft began helping in the organization of segregation protests. She also fought to help enroll the first black student at the University of North Texas. Craft’s public service legacy brought her the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award in 1984.

The visionary minds behind Gagarin Show present a 62 piece NFT collectible “American Heroes” which is inspired by some of the most iconic and notable people in American History. The 62 American icons selected for this NFT series represent people who wholeheartedly believed in dignity, strived for freedom, and fiercely fought for human rights. Each NFT is a 3D character model that depicts a particular American hero.

The concept of this NFT series is to shine a light on actual heroes of the real world who have dedicated their entire lives to battling evil and inequality long before the emergence of fictional superheroes. Modern pop culture has elevated and idolized protagonists with superpowers and they have become somewhat of a cult. Films about superheroes are a success at the box office, attracting millions of people around the world whilst superhero characters are deemed as aspirational.

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Juanita Jewel Craft (1902-1985) was a civil rights advocate and politician. After graduating high school, Craft attended Prairie View A&M University where she studied sewing and millinery yet after two years moved to Austin and obtained her teaching certificate from Samuel Houston College. She worked as a maid at a hotel and later as a seamstress. Craft joined the NAACP, and over the span of 11 years, she organized 182 branches. She was the first African American woman to vote in a public election in Dallas County. Craft began helping in the organization of segregation protests. She also fought to help enroll the first black student at the University of North Texas. Craft’s public service legacy brought her the Eleanor Roosevelt Humanitarian Award in 1984.

The visionary minds behind Gagarin Show present a 62 piece NFT collectible “American Heroes” which is inspired by some of the most iconic and notable people in American History. The 62 American icons selected for this NFT series represent people who wholeheartedly believed in dignity, strived for freedom, and fiercely fought for human rights. Each NFT is a 3D character model that depicts a particular American hero.

The concept of this NFT series is to shine a light on actual heroes of the real world who have dedicated their entire lives to battling evil and inequality long before the emergence of fictional superheroes. Modern pop culture has elevated and idolized protagonists with superpowers and they have become somewhat of a cult. Films about superheroes are a success at the box office, attracting millions of people around the world whilst superhero characters are deemed as aspirational.

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