This week sees the release of Marvel Studios’ Black Panther. This is a big move from the people behind the most successful movie franchise and it arrives at the right moment for an increasingly divided America. Set in the fictional African country of Wakanda, Black Panther is a celebration of a black world outside of America, portraying Africa in a way we don’t often see from mainstream Hollywood.
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