This campaign is a social movement of, by and for those of us that share the desire for truth, equality, and justice for all and an end to racism. After all no matter the colour we are one family. Let us come together this Black History Month (BHM) and make it the start of a new era by combining our resources, energy, and efforts and take the Black Panther movie, that according to Forbes is “merely a neat looking superhero movie,” and turn it into the biggest Marvel Universe blockbuster ever.
What better time for us to make history, than during Black History Month!
What makes the Black Panther movie so special:
- Making its cinematic debut during Black History Month
- Contains positive, inspiring, motivating, educational, influential role models and images that our youths (Black, White ETC) will benefit from seeing
- Big-budget movie with a superhero that is black
- Black director, Black writers, Black costume designers, 90% black cast
- It is also a movie we can all rally behind.
We have Black History Month the perfect time, a movie we can all support, now all that is required is for us to turn out in such massive numbers that the world will have to stop and take notice. This is our campaign! This is our time.
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