GoFundMe created to take D.C. students to see Black Panther

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – A GoFundMe page has been created to help take tenth grade students of Capital City Public Charter School to see the movie “Black Panther.”

The students will be seeing the film March 7 in Silver Spring, and they need your help getting there. There will be around 94 students and six chaperones in attendance.

The film directly relates with the tenth grade unit guiding question, “how can emotions expressed by artists in response to social injustice serve as a platform for greater societal awareness,” according to the GoFundMe page.

After watching the movie, students will critically analyze the film according to the question above to incorporate into their final unit essay.

Tickets for a private screening cost $11.24 per person which makes the total $1,124.

The GoFundMe page seeks $1,500, and additional funds will go towards transportation and incidentals.

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