By Jack Rico
“Black Panther” is out and already has broken records and movie myths. On this episode, we talk to three African-American guests: Soraya Nadia McDonald, a culture critic for ESPN’s The Undefeated, Mike Sargent, filmmaker and pioneering Afrofuturist, and Wilson Morales, EIC of Blackfilm.com, about the film’s significance, the social commentary on race and politics that lies beneath the whole film, and its chances at Oscar gold come 2019.
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