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An Asian 'Mulan' Cast Should Be a Given -- Not Something We Have to Beg Disney For

Post by Tanvier Peart. When Disney released Mulan back in 1998, it was truly a film before its time. Grossing over $300 million worldwide, Mulan challenged gender roles by showing young girls they can kick ass, regardless what society says, and by giving us an amazing Asian heroine -- which is something we don't often see. These are some of the many reasons why Mulan is so incredible -- and why so many are petitioning against the 2018 live-action film with #MakeMulanRight.
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