Black Panther and the Fight for Justice On & Off Screen. Listen in Live this Monday.
On Graphic Policy Radio, we’re talking about the social implications of Black Panther with an expert and highlight some of the many examples of fans using Black Panther for real world activism. Joining the team to talk about activism and entertainment is Alan Jenkins.
Alan Jenkins is President and Co-Founder of The Opportunity Agenda, a social justice communication lab dedicated to the idea that our nation can and should be a place where everyone enjoys full and equal opportunity. Jenkins is a lifelong fan of comics and sci-fi. The Opportunity Agenda released the report “The Power of Pop: Analyzing Portrayals of Immigrants in Popular Television,” which evaluated the portrayal of immigrants in 40 leading TV shows — including The Walking Dead, NCIS, Orange is the New Black, the Big Bang Theory, Parks and Recreation and Scandal.