The outlet reports that “Black reviewers and geek sites, in particular, were effusive about the positive representations of black women.
Tre’vell Anderson of the Los Angeles Times called “Black Panther” a “love letter about blackness.”
“ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, who has written for Forbes and RogerEbert.com, was one among many who felt that the characters of Shuri and Okoye were important and necessary portraits of black women not seen before in superhero movies.”
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MARVEL’S ‘BLACK PANTHER’ PRAISED BY CAST AND CRITICS AFTER STAR-STUDDED L.A. PREMIERE was originally published on praisecleveland.com