Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Broadcast "Black Panther" on free local television in all African countries next year.
In exactly one year from the theatrical release date, Black Panther should be made available for television broadcast for free from its parent company the Walt Disney Corporation, in all African countries. It should only be shown on free, over the air, local television stations so it has the greatest opportunity for mass viewership and it should be given free of charge by Disney to all stations that wish to air it. It should also be dubbed or subtitled if necessary in the most used language in the countries in which it is aired. Disney has literally no excuse not to do this, as the vast majority of the film's profits through theatrical, blu-ray, and streaming will have been already made. African children and teenagers desperately need role models and hope for their futures, and this is the exact kind of entertainment that would give them that. Many great recent white inventors were influenced by the technology shown on Star Trek and Star Wars growing up. What kind of future will these African children envision for themselves once they are exposed to Wakanda?
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney, Disney Attorney, ADR Forum, Wang Law Corporation, Bob Iger, James Pitaro, Christine McCarthy, Kevin Mayer, Zenia Mucha
Let Club Penguin Rewritten keep it's domain name
On October 10, 2017 Disney Interactive has filled a complaint against Club Penguin Rewritten and it's services. Club Penguin Rewritten is an educational re-creation of Disney's now defunct online game Club Penguin, it was created by teenagers which are under 18 of age and who wish to learn how to manage a game and be successful in tomorrow's business. Since it's launch in February, Club Penguin Rewritten has taught thousands of children skills, including, but not limited to, how to manage money, how to socialize safely online, and how to look after a pet. Disney, however, does not seem to like this and has filled an UDRP complaint, which effectively ceases Club Penguin Rewritten and it's services, even though the original game is defunct. Please sign this petition to support Club Penguin Rewritten and it's attempts.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney, Bob Iger, Lance Priebe
Save Club Penguin!
Club Penguin has been a household game since 2005. Millions of kids experienced this great game and it caused memories that will last a lifetime. Today, January 30th, a terrible news has struck. Club Penguin has been slated to shut down. Seeing this news has caused many people to be heartbroken. All the fun, amazing, and incomparable experiences that millions of us prior and current kids once enjoyed are now impossible to once again achieve to a future generation of kids. Club Penguin is being replaced by a mobile app called "Club Penguin Island". While it is true that the mobile industry is growing, the PC industry is still going strong. People want to continue to play the original great game that was once introduced to us on October 24th, 2005. It is obvious that the popularity of the PC version declined, but that is not simply because the mobile market has grown. It is because the desktop version has lost what it made it so great in the first place: love. The amazing parties every weekend, the new exciting unique items, the new missions we could encounter, and the great mysteries that surrounded the island. That is what created the greatest children's game of all time! An amazing experience. This is something Lance Priebe, Lane Merrifield and Dave Krysko once envisioned, and executed greatly. Disney was a great help by delivering Club Penguin's amazing experiences around the world. However as the years progressed, the originality disappeared from parties and clothes and the parties became sponsored and recycled. We love the idea that Club Penguin is coming to mobile, as most games do, but the desktop version is what started it all. The base. The desktop version was the perfect creation, which at one time was the most popular kid's game of all time. It was like that for a reason. The vision that was once placed into Club Penguin simply isn't there anymore; That doesn't mean it should be left in the dust! The Club Penguin desktop version is a formula for success, and it can be successful once again if executed properly. What we propose today is a voice that will STRIVE to continue Club Penguin on the desktop platform. We ask Disney to either reconsider their decision and keep Club Penguin on the desktop while giving us the brand new app, or we request that Disney passes the desktop version to another company who will still sees the value in the PC gaming platform. Even better, return it to its original owner, Lance Priebe, if he is willing to accept it. Many of us have moved on from Club Penguin, but the experiences and memories we grasped from that game is something that no other game can come close to challenge. We want these same experiences and memories to be experienced by kids today and in the future. This is something we are willing to fight for, and none of us will let up.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company
We Wants To Keep The Redhead!
Currently, The Walt Disney Company is considering the removal of a scene from the beloved "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride. This affects all instances of the ride at each park. They want to remove the scene with the redhead on auction. This has been part of the ride since the beginning, and is a part of history. This petition serves to show that as the guests, we want the scene to stay in the ride. Please sign this petition, so Disney can hear our plea to keep this historical scene.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Disney Parks, Walt Disney World, WDW Guest Communications, Walt Disney World Operations
Bring Back Jessie's Walt Disney World Meet & Greet
As of October 1, 2016, Jessie the cowgirl, one of the main characters from Disney/Pixar's Toy Story films, was cut from meet and greet experiences at Walt Disney World. She now only appears in the "Move It! Shake It! Dance and Play It!" parade, which severely limits the contact characters are allowed to have with guests, and her presence has been sorely missed by her fans. Numerous pleas for Jessie's return have been sent to WDW via email, letters, and social media since her cut, but have been ignored. Despite Jessie's popularity, a new Toy Story themed land opening at Hollywood Studios next year, and "Toy Story 4" set to be released in 2019, Disney still sees the Green Army Men as more valid characters to be represented than the franchise's female lead. Jessie is an important character for girls, to serve as an alternative to all the princesses that predominate at the Disney Parks. Even other popular female characters, such as Minnie and Alice, fit the girly-girl ideal. Girls who don't see themselves in ballgowns and tiaras need Jessie, as a positive role model and inspiration. Princesses shouldn't be the only girls who matter, and Disney needs to make this right. Dream big, cowgirl!
Petition to Rich Ross, Robert Iger, Gary Marsh
Disney Company: Bring toon disney back for the 20th anniversary
Hey Toon Disney fans, do you love the Disney cartoons, especially in the 90's cartoon? Well do you also love Jetix shows too or not? I know tv is not the same without Toon Disney. We lost everything what kids can watch now. Toon Disney started at April 18, 1998, the same date to Disney channel 15th anniversary. I know it a hard sacrifices to do. But i need your help and especially theirs. We need to make a lot of signers to care how much we want to bring it back badly. It will be a last chance to watch the old school. Please President of Disney Channel, bring it back, please!!!!!!!!! (UPDATE 3/7/2018) We have a long journal and the petition is standing strong. This year in 2018, April 18 will not just be Disney Channel 35th anniversary, but Toon Disney 20th anniversary too. Share this to everyone and make sure that we still care and want to share the kids of our own old generation. That way, kids will learn about how great it is that Disney cartoons were made for.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company
Make Frozen 2 a movie for all children.
#giveelsaagirlfriend is a hashtag that has sparked rumours that the sequel might not be a movie you will want to take your 3 year old to see. The creator Jennifer Lee has not turn down the rumours that Elsa might have a same-sex romance in the kids film. This is not a personal attack towards the LGBT community. This is for our kids that love Disney and to stop heartbroken parents that will have to refuse to let their children watch this movie if it has adult content. I know there is the argument "this can help kids that are gay to have an identity". This material does not belong on a children's film. Many children deal with hardships in their life. However, these issues should not be exposed to younger audience. Please Disney don't make Elsa gay. We want to have our little girls sing and dress up. Please keep this movie a movie for the general audience and not a percentage of an audience.
Petition to The Walt Disney Company, Pixar Animation Studios, Andrew Stanton, Bob Iger
Pixar, please greenlight a Finding Marlin fan idea and make it into a real movie
Finding Nemo has long been a story about a clownfish, with the help of an amnesiac blue tang, heading to Sydney Harbour to find his missing son. We were excited for the great hero you, Pixar Animation Studios, to make the long-awaited 2016 sequel to see how our heroes' lives had turned out a year after the first film. We saw the adventures of Dory, and we saw less than a minute of the Tank Gang. Finding Dory was a very amazing film. It made Dory more popular, and it was accepted as a masterpiece by us fans. It increased the reasons we love the Finding Nemo franchise. The franchise can be improved, and we really want you to use a very good fan idea for the next Finding Nemo movie. A user on a fan website called Wikia has an idea for Finding Marlin on The Idea Wiki (http://theideas.wikia.com/wiki/Finding_Marlin) and he really wants you and Finding Nemo director/writer Andrew Stanton to greenlight his idea and turn it into a real movie. We ask you both to greenlight his idea and turn it into a real movie, in order to make the franchise even more amazing. Ever since the first movie's release back in 2003, the film has grown a huge fanbase. The fanbase increased even more since Finding Dory came out back in 2016. If the Finding Marlin fan idea became a real movie, it would become one of the greatest Pixar movies ever. We often feel that if you guys make the Finding Marlin fan idea into a real movie, then Finding Marlin would have the potential to become a very popular movie, and the idea's creator and we personally could not agree more. We are very excited to see this guy's idea made into a reality, and we want to see the entire thing as a movie. Please don't reject this fan idea. It's not fair to reject such a great idea, such as the fan idea for Finding Marlin. I bet many fans are looking forward to it being made into a real film. We want you to greenlight this person's idea and turn it into an actual animated movie, please. Almost everyone loves this idea. We want to see this fan idea become a real movie. :D (UPDATE: I am expecting millions of people to sign this petition)