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AMC, Color of Change to Provide Free A Wrinkle in Time Tickets to Underprivileged Kids | The Root Color of Change, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization, and AMC Theatres are working together to give underprivileged children a chance to see screenings of A Wrinkle in Time for free.

Color of Change, a nonprofit civil rights advocacy organization, and AMC Theatres are working together to give underprivileged children a chance to see screenings of A Wrinkle in Time for free.

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I Took 7th Graders to See ‘Black Panther.’ Here’s What They Said. | New York Times "The film makes me want to start my own tribe and make my own inventions to help the world. It also makes me want to make my own Panther outfit." — Gabriela Myles

The film makes me want to start my own tribe and make my own inventions to help the world. It also makes me want to make my own Panther outfit. — Gabriela Myles

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How Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It reboot takes aim at gentrified Brooklyn | The Guardian Lee’s 10-part Netflix remix of his 1986 comedy takes place in a neighborhood that’s become overpriced for and underpopulated by a community squeezed out

Lee’s 10-part Netflix remix of his 1986 comedy takes place in a neighborhood that’s become overpriced for and underpopulated by a community squeezed out.

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A Former Superagent Bets Big on a More Diverse Hollywood | The New York Times Magazine After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen.

After years as the industry’s top African-American talent agent, Charles D. King is building an audacious new production company — with a vision for bringing long-neglected stories to the screen.

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Michael B. Jordan Partners With Netflix To Bring ‘Raising Dion’ To The Masses | Okayplayer Michael B. Jordan is staying in the superhero business by producing this 10-episode, hourlong sci-fi black family drama called Raising Dion for Netflix.

Michael B. Jordan is staying in the superhero business by producing this 10-episode, hourlong sci-fi black family drama called Raising Dion for Netflix.

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