Black Panther: The Representation, The History, The Kids
Andray Domise (Macleans columnist and Communication Co-Chair for the Black Business & Professionals Association) joins me for a deep dive on Ryan Coogler's Black Panther.
We discuss what it means for kids to see black superheroes; the history that informs the costumes, scenery and approaches to revolution; and how Black Panther challenges Hollywood's depictions of race.
This is a spoiler-heavy look at the box office and cultural phenomenon.
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