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As A Ugandan - My Thoughts on Black Panther - BtG 018

Wakanda and Uganda Together Forever – My Thoughts on Black Panther – BtG 018

Wakanda and Uganda Together Forever – My Thoughts on Black Panther – BtG 018

On the Show Today

TQ Senkungu

It’s me, your intrepid host.

What You Will Learn

  • Amazing commercial success – $930B and counting (Box Office Mojo)
  • I saw the movie twice on the opening weekend
  • Marvel Cinematic Universe came from the brink to succeed amazingly
  • I loved the movie
  • Great visuals
  • Paid homage to various regions of African culture
  • Wonderful story with complex narratives
  • Beautiful display of Black culture internationally
  • Excellent character development
  • Extremely inspirational with things like the Black Panther Challenge
  • Amazing director
  • The accents weren’t amazing to the ear of someone from an African country, but not a big deal
  • Mixture of cultures is both an homage to various parts of the continent or confusing
  • Good to think of what a country in Africa would’ve been like without colonization
  • Harsh critique from some conservative whites avoids the good opportunity for conversation
  • Understandable, but over the top to say Black Panther is anti-Black¬†American
  • Movie does expose the Black American vs African divide
  • There is a good opportunity for conversation that I hope the movie takes
  • This movie could spark collaboration among Africans and Black Americans and the African diaspora and bring significant positive change to the world

Check out my thoughts on The Black Panther. It was amazing for starters…

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TQ Senkungu

I'm a husband, father of 3 boys, Christian, and man who learned from my parents early on that there is so much we can do to help others. My experience from the USAF Academy, serving in the military, working in my own business, as well as corporate, has taught me a ton about leadership and developing others and Breaking the Glass is a legacy project to pull all of those experiences together and give back.

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