Finally, the ‘Black Panther’ movie has been premiered in the States and if what we saw on the red carpet is anything to go by, then we can boldly say the world release date is what we together with everyone are waiting for now to watch our favourite characters.

In the fictional story developed around the technologically advanced black nation in the film called ‘Wakanda’, blessed with all the natural resources most prominent among them is the mineral vibranium. We have seen many superhero films but, it is obvious Black Panther is gaining much recognition around the world because the makers shift from the norm to focus on the black communities.

Hence, the black communities are celebrating this development in cinematography, an American lady is looking at raising funds for as many as 2,200 children in Ghana to go watch the movie on giant screens at Accra Mall, Accra. She has already created a page called GO FUND ME  where all donations can be made to help cater for prices of canopies, screens, popcorns and other stuff that will make these children fill comfortable watching the movie.

To Share the story of what it really means when Black Superheros start coming on our screens and touching the very essence of the rich cultural diversity that distinct black communities, maybe from the rest, this will help the children understand why they must hold tight to their heritage and never let it go.

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