The goal of this if I am not mistaken is to inspire black kids to stand on their own two feet. Especially in predominantly black neighborhood theatres. There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable Avengers. I’m not black. White kids aren’t being diminished. 96 percent of senate is white, so white people are being represented very well.
There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable Avengers shirt
This morning, on the ABC news I saw ad that black kids, have a chance to go and see the movie for free, because the black actors, are promoting it, by giving, or even buying out the theaters for black kids only. How is that not racist? How is that OK? You ruined the idea of the not seeing the color. We didn’t see the color difference, you did! And now we are aware of it! There was an idea to bring together a group of remarkable Avengers. So next time you ask for equality, please, reverse your speeches in your heads, who, you would be discriminating, by saying every word! Good luck! All other movies have almost always a white lead actor. It definitely shapes your standards of beauty, etc seeing only white people on lead roles. I am talking about, I did see it as Captain America and other heroes until it was shoved into my face, that it is a black hero movie. That’s why you need to put your prejudices aside and start treating others as you want to be treated.
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if people were treated equally, we wouldn’t be having this discussion. Like you, I see Black Panther as a superhero. However, l would be naive not to recognise the fact that he also happens to be a Black superhero who lives in Africa and happens to be a king – which brings its own political subtext. So whatever you say about race – it can’t be avoided. I give you an example, a few days ago, the cast of the film were promoting the film here in London, they were on TV, and the presenter, who happened to be white, stated that the film was “overwhelmingly Black” – right in front of the cast. Even the cast were baffled by that statement. By claiming that Black people are making a big deal about the main character being black. You are also ignoring the fact that many white and non-Black people who have complained of the fact that the main cast are Black. I have seen numerous comments online by people, who have made that statement of not seeing this film because of the race of the cast.