MIPAD in support of the International Decade for People of African Descent launches a global #BlackPantherChallenge targeted at teenagers living in Diaspora’s countries where afro-descents are most marginalized worldwide.
Working in partnership with our Most Influential 100 honorees living in these countries we will take teenagers of African descent to go watch the movie! #WakandaForever #WakandaisPOSSIBLE
Starting first in COLOMBIA & VENEZUELA (South America) supported by Francisco J. Tovar B., Activist & Executive Director, Institute of Afrodiasporic Studies (IAS) MIPAD Class of 2017 Honoree.
To learn more about these countries where people of African descent are most marginalized, please click HERE
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