This episode dives into the many ways we protest today in order to discuss the most effective ways to do so. We use this avenue to figure out the best way to hold celebrities and businesses accountable for some of their reckless actions.
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Marvel’s Black Panther has made a huge impact on Black culture since hitting theaters, so it’s only right we break down the nuances and critiques of Marvel’s most successful film of it’s franchise. We kick the episode off with a Real or Fake stating “Black people who are concerned about the ‘hidden messages’ in Disney/Marvel’s Black Panther Movie are Overreacting”.
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