Chadwick Boseman may have recently won himself the coveted role of Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the 38-year-old actor doesn't have a Golden Globe or an Oscar under his belt. After playing James Brown in Get On Up, his performance was one of those that got snubbed. Show More Summary
Captain America: Civil War was one of the bigger news items to come out of Marvel's massive announcement of the Phase Three slate. Not only will it introduce Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther to the cinematic universe, it will also pit Chris Evans' Captain America against Robert Downey Jr.'s Iron Man. Show More Summary
From its founding in 1966 to its dissolution in 1982, the Black Panthers struck fear into the hearts of skittish white people all over America. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution moves through the entire history of the party, hitting all its major milestones and the notable figures involved. Show More Summary
Oakland's troop of Radical Brownies are girls of color, aged 8-12, who learn about the Black Panthers and Brown Berets, and who campaign for body-acceptance and an end to police violence. Read the rest
Glenview Elementary, the Oakland public elementary school that last year horrified parents with its homosexual indoctrination of children as young as five, doesn’t limit itself to promoting perversity. Instilling Black
Chiwetel Ejiofor was long a popular choice to fill the suit of Marvel’s Black Panther, but that role went to Chadwick Boseman instead. As a possible consolation prize, the Oscar-nominated actor is reportedly close to signing on to another movie in the MCU: Doctor Strange. Show More Summary
In this short Op-Doc for New York Times Video, director Stanley Nelson draws links between the police violence that led to the formation of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense and the contemporary mobilization in-response to police violenc e. Nelson's latest film THE BLACK PANTHER PARTY: Vanguard of the Revolution makes its world premiere at this year's SUNDANCE FESTIVAL.
According to Anthony Mackie, he was just as surprised as everyone else when Marvel unveiled its massive slate of Phase 3 and Beyond films- including his own involvement in Captain America: Civil War. Mackie says he found out that his Falcon would be appearing in the film the same way the rest of us did. Show More Summary
“The cops were beyond a symbol of capitalism; these MFers were killing people”--Felipe Luciano from Stanley Nelson's new film THE BLACK PANTHERS: Vanguard of the Revolution.
Captain America: Civil War isn’t due out for another year and a half, but it’s just about the most anticipated flick this side of Star Wars. Marvel, of course, is playing a lot of details on Civil War close to the chest, but the Captain...Show More Summary
When Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely entered into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it's hard to imagine that they would have had any sort of inkling that they would turn Captain America into the best stand alone Marvel franchise. Show More Summary
'Captain America' writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely tease the involvement of Peggy Carter and 'Black Panther' in 'Civil War'. [...]
Could Peggy Carter factor into the film once again? The post Captain America Writers Tease Civil War, Black Panther and Peggy Carter’s Involvement appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
When those Sony emails leaked and teased an appearance from Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans went into a tizzy. Will he show up in Captain America: Civil War, which is already bringing in Black Panther as Captain America...Show More Summary
From the possible inclusion of Ulysses Klaw to a mysterious woman, the 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' trailer has several 'Black Panther' references. [...]
When your neighbors are Kim Jung-Un-level crazy, you'd better make sure your defenses are bigger and badder than anything they can throw at you. Or at least just as crazy, like the K2 Black Panther's parachute munitions. Read more.....
Featured below is the full text of a public statement just released by the Association for Humanist Sociology. For more information, contact: Kathleen Fitzgerald, AHS President, email@example.com or Rebecca Hensley, AHS Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org. Show More Summary
Truthdig columnist Chris Hedges discusses the forms of slavery and exploitation that thrive in today’s U.S. prison system with Eddie Conway, a former leader of the Black Panthers who was imprisoned for over 40 years.