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YES YES YES. I took a class about African American representation, stereotypes, masculinity, racial theory and all of those difficult concepts. And let me tell you, the Black Panther broke many of those stereotypes about Africa and sought to break down racial boundaries in comic books during the civil rights movement. In the same way, Cap is important for not being a Nazi, T'Challa is important for being the first African superhero. Never underestimate the influence of the superhero.


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