Last February, Sheereen organized a Black History Month event for her family, in which they dressed up as black historical figures. From children as young as 4 years old, to adults. The event served as a fun, educational and empowering way of paying homage to our ancestors. Sheereen hopes to further empower black youth by providing them with the opportunity to see positive and powerful representation of themselves on the big screen.
San Francisco African American Arts Culture Complex doing their part
Marvel's, "Black Pather," is a great cinematic reflection of African Diasporic greatness. This film, unlike many other science fict | read more
Hasina Taylor accepted the Black Panther Challenge- St. Thomas
This campaign is a social movement of, by and for those of us that share the desire for truth, equality, and justice for all. After all | read more
Chukky Gerald Ibe accepted the Black Panther Challenge - Hamilton
As we prepare to watching the Wakandan King take the big screens ,the reality in our city is that many kids will have to choose betwe | read more