The geeks are joined by friend of the show Moses Uvere to *finally* talk about Black Panther. Born in America, the son of Nigerian parents, Moses has a take on the movie that many in the geekspace may not consider. Things get personal as the four men take a deep dive into the superhero film that has blown through box office expectations and what it means to black Americans and those of African heritage.
Black representation in the Black Panther film
Dr. Melba Pattillo Beals, one of the Little Rock 9, shares her story with NPR “They Didn’t want me there” Remembering the Terror of School Integration
Michael B. Jordan (Erik Killmonger)
I'm sure there will be plenty of Black Panther Cosplay parties this year. I aint got the physique to be T'Challa or Killmonger. I'm stepping up in that party in my Forrest Whittaker robe pouring grape Fanta in everybody mouth. pic.twitter.com/lHflZzPZ29
— Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) February 24, 2018