Transcript for Actor Sterling K. Brown weighs in on 'Black Panther' debate
So this is. The most fascinating conversation to come from the film acting has been lightened the whole concept of kill munger and is king. Villain or is he represent us. Especially African Americans specifically. From the glass. He isn't. Because while his and tensions. And in Jobe whose intentions for that for a fact our honorable. They didn't necessarily go about it. In the way that would actually. Bring about the change. When he was able to illuminate. And hope hopefully to challenge that the take this man to move forward is that he's not without point. Right that when this current this country has resources. And they have access to technology. And and then keeping it to cells. Landed in keeping it to themselves of people who have sought refuge they have actively denied. And now we asked this question in this global community that we are all part. And while others keep. It.
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