Despite what some alt-right trolls may have to say, the vast majority of us are very excited for the release of Marvel’s highly anticipated Black Panther, because A, it looks dope, and B, it’s the first black-centric superhero movie in the MCU. And while haters might be trying to rain on our parade, this video of middle school kids finding out that they’ll be seeing the film together will restore your faith in humanity.
The students just found out we are all going to see BLACK PANTHER! We will have a day of cultural classes, African dancers, historical lessons and then we will all go see the film! Turn up!!!! @ronclarkacademy @chadwickboseman #tlhanna pic.twitter.com/oUhWse5ghr— Wade King (@WadeKing7) February 2, 2018
Teacher and director of curriculum instruction Wade King shared the heart-warming video on Twitter. "The students just found out we are all going to see BLACK PANTHER! We will have a day of cultural classes, African dancers, historical lessons, and then we will all go see the film! Turn up!!!!” And turn all the way up they did.
Other staff members tweeted cute AF pictures and videos from the announcement, including school founder Ron Clark. One student even broke out some drums to celebrate. See, Twitter doesn't always have to be a bad place after all. Happy Friday, fam!