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Boston Scenes 2-22-18 The Black Panther Experience

Attendees dressed in clothing from across the African disapora to celebrate the movie.
A couple attending Black Boston Night Out.
Black Boston Night Out organizers - Quontay Turner, Boston Young Black Professionals, Farrah Belizaire, LiteWork Events, and Sheena Collier, The Collier Connection
A crowd of 500 young Black professionals gathered at Regal Cinema in Fenway for the opening night event for Black Panther.
A couple enjoying the after party at Game On Fenway.
An attendee at the after party at Game On Fenway, where 65 additional people joined.
Psi Omega Chapter members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the Legacy Place
Wakanda Rising member, Luana Morales, masking a movie goer for the screening.
Movie goer attending Wakanda Rising’s screening.
Wakanda Rising members, Mikey Jimenez and Nzingha Rawlins getting ready for the screening of Black Panther.
Wakanda Rising team members and movie goers together after two private screenings.
The Black Panther Experience was a true success all weekend from several groups around the Boston area! On Friday Feb 16th, event organizers and social connectors – Farrah Belizaire (LiteWork Events), Sheena Collier (The Collier Connection), and Quontay Turner (Boston Young Black Professionals) – hosted Black Boston Night Out: Black Panther Black Out Experience. Over 500 young Black professionals joined a private, red carpet screening at Regal Fenway Stadium and an after party at Game On Fenway on opening night of the highly anticipated Black Panther movie. SATURDAY: Psi Omega Chapter members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at the Legacy Place theater on Saturday, February 17, 2018. They had a showing for their members and family. SUNDAY: Wakanda Rising is a National Movement represented by KN Capoeira Angola and Sunseeker Foundation. It is a loose network of private screeners that bought over 33,000 tickets. The mission is to use a mashup of arts, entertainment, and indigenous healing practices to help recover youth and families who have been exposed to sudden traumatic loss from disaster and human-caused incidents. Because of its location, the Boston team held its screenings at the AMC South Bay 12 theater.

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