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Orlando Sentinel reporter Trevor Fraser talks with Julian Chambliss, a professor of urban history and pop culture at Rollins College, about the importance of the movie "Black Panther" to the black community; (5:05) Orange County Black Voice raising money to send kids to the film; (9:07) “Blade” – the first time a black super hero had his own movie; (20:06) and a significant change in the adaptation to the big screen.
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