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Yes, Captain, I believe I can make it out - they're saying that this poster is classy and fantastic.

“Uhura” comes from the Swahili word meaning “freedom”. Uhura was pretty much the first black main character on American television who was not a maid or a domestic servant in 1966.

The lovely Nichelle Nichols in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, 1984.

Nichelle Nichols "In 1966, Uhura was the first black woman as a main character on US TV who was not a servant. NBC refused to let N.N. be a regular, claiming Deep South affiliates would be angered, so Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry hired her as a “day worker,” but included her in almost every episode. She actually made more money than any of the other actors through this workaround, but it was still a humiliating second-class status.

William Shatner as James T Kirk, I want to actually MEET him, not just ask him a question at a convention. He is a fascinating person! I have been a fan for almost 40 years. That is saying a lot since I am just 46.

Star Trek The Original Lt. Uhura, Bones, Spock, and Kirk

Star Trek "Captain Kirk". And I remember this one too. From when I was young.

Let's just say they've gotten a little better in their special effects since then.

The human concept of friend is most nearly duplicated in Vulcan thought by the term 't'hy'la', which can also mean 'brother' and 'lover'. Admiral Kirk supplied the following comments on this subject: "I was never aware of this 'lovers' rumor, although I have been told that Spock encountered it... I would not like to be thought of as being so foolish that I would select a love partner who came into sexual heat only once every seven years." -- Gene Roddenberry