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Group takes kids on trip to see Black Panther

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Kids get to see Black Panther in Macon Mon, 19 Feb 2018 16:17:35 +0000 Group takes kids on trip to see Black Panther Kids get to see Black Panther in Macon WMGT face either canada. from a big sporting event.... to a big movie on the silver screen.. millions of people around the world went to movie theaters to see marvel's new movie " black panther. two mentoring groups in macon saw the movie. 41nbc's joi dukes shows us why the groups raised more than a thousand dollars for local kids to see the movie. 0:07 0:20 0:58 1:23 1:39 1:49 "we wanted you to se yourself in a different you said in a positive manner as kings and queens and leaders of tribes." it's the film tha everyone's been talking about.. "i'm super excited about th movie with the main character being the black panther in a utopian society in africa." and marvel fans have been dying to watch and rewatch... nat ticket stub "this is m second time seeing black panther and i'm not against seeing it again maybe next friday during mercer's " the seats were full at sunday's screenings of marvel's black panther...not just for the action packed scenes but what the film itself means to its african american viewers. "the thought of what it might've been like if africa had never been colonized or it was never taken away i think it just kind of represents a lot of dreams, a lot of hopes, a lot of possibilities of what might've been... " and what could stil be for local mentoring groups like streets to success and i am developing company that believe the film is a 'must see' for african american youth. "i think it's really importan that students here in macon and across the united states have the opportunity to see positive images of themselves in movies and in social media." ansle brooks and andrea glover --the organizers of the two groups-- teamed up to raise $1500 for 126 kids in macon to see the movie and be counted in the millions. "'representatio n like i said i important..bein g able to see yourself visually will inspire you to get engaged and will trigger your imagination to think things outside of what you may have experienced in your local communities." widening the len of attainable goals for children who come from humble beginnings... "because if i ca be like that could be me some day..i might want to be able to do that one day." and inspiring big dreams on screen that organizers hope will turn into some movie magic motivation for each student's success. in macon joi dukes 41nbc news. the movie which stars an all black main cast... broke box office records... with 192 million dollars in

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