25% of Marvel Studios Profits From The "Black Panther" Film Invested in Black Communities

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Ladarius Quantyrian Jenkem
2 years ago
I'm tired of being a slave to the old white men at Disney and Marvel. They put some old White man in every single movie.

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Tom Helge Hennum
3 years ago
They used black fans as direct marketing tools so its only fair that they give something back.

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Clara Risso
3 years ago
I'm signing this petition because I feel the movie really showed justice for black people and communities. The money can be really good for people in those towns who think they don't have the most happy treatments.

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Rosalind Taylor
3 years ago
More investment needs to benefit our community.

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Larry Watkins
3 years ago
Why are we always helping them and not them helping us? I will tell why. Slave masters still believe we are their products. Ask them to help us with a community project see where it gets you?

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Andrei Kuji
3 years ago
Sure, hollywood and their creative production projects have been philantropic in the past, countless times. So they can do it again. This is nothing ‘too exorbitant’ for them as they make money in ridiculous-sized digit sums every day. One substantial amount after another. And this cycle never stops for them. This is not rather a request but an opportunity for them. That money will do great deal of a lot to aid, improve, support and help the African-American community. What a massively productive and also much needed impact this could be for them. A power of good. An example of change. Why not? It’s signed...

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Bianca McAlister
3 years ago
Exploitation of the black community. We pay and support these movies to where the white man makes money but the black community received nothing for their support.

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Roch Steinbach
3 years ago
Disney definitely has the cash to reinvest, and expertise in "community building" to make a contribution to the African American community like the one envisioned by the leadership of "Wakanda".

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Helen Wright
3 years ago
Fantasizing about black heroes isn't enough. Cycle the money back to invest in this community and make the dream a reality.

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Billy Stephens
3 years ago
I'm in support of Black Panther's .