Black Panther, with its almost entirely black cast, is inspiring audiences - seeing photos of black kids watching the film is pure joy. In classrooms and at dinner tables, the movie is opening up conversations about injustice and politics and change.
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For the youngest kids, there are downloadable colouring pages and activity sheets.
For high school students, there are readings for before and after viewing the film, including "The Dark Meaning Behind the Word 'Robot'" and "The Politics of Black Panther".
Frederick Joseph, the New York resident who launched the the #BlackPantherChallenge on social media, says that "all children deserve to believe they can save the world, go on exciting adventures, or accomplish the impossible". It's amazing what a film can do.