Tons of Kids are Going to See "Black Panther" Thanks to This GoFundMe

One of the awesome things about Black Panther coming out in almost a month is that for the first time we'll have an African-American superhero in the lead role of a superhero film and a crowdfunding campaign in Harlem is helping children see the movie as well!

The fundraiser, which you can go to HERE, initially set a $10,000 goal to take about 300 kids to see Black Panther in theaters and covers the cost of a Manhattan movie ticket, snacks, and adult chaperones.

The great thing is that the GoFundMe is currently at over $24,000 of its $10,000 goal and all the extra proceeds are going to the Boys & Girls Club of Harlem!

The GoFundMe has even had celebrities donate to the GoFundMe, including Star Wars: The Force Awakens director JJ Abrams, who donated $10,000!

This is awesome to see so many people supporting children seeing a black major cinematic and comic book character come to life!

Black Panther will be in theaters on February 16.

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