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Do Children View Superheroes As Role Models: A New Single By Dashade Music- Super Black
An exciting fantasy bringing to life a world unknown to a developing imagination as beyond natural abilities open the door to unlimited future potentials.
"When you're young, you don't want to hear that you can't. You think you can do everything, be all things." - Chadwick Boseman
The famous influential actor, Mr Boseman inspired many children that viewed the film Black Panther released on February 16, 2018. The film grossed $361 million in global sales on its opening weekend, and on August 28, 2020, Mr. Boseman passed away. Three days later a tribute for all his work, and joy that he brought to the film industry was aired by the Disney Network; according to Variety Media the tribute had 6.1 million viewers. The research by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation revealed that as of 2022, 86% of superheroes are Caucasian. The Child Trends Organization reported that in the United States from the year of 2019 there are over 2.68 million African American children up to 4 years of age. A young African American teenager by the name of Joshua was asked who was his favorite superhero, and he replied Superman. He then was asked what his favorite African American superhero was, and his reply was, "I don't know, maybe Black Panther." According to research by Psychologist Dr. Rashmi Prakash, children model themselves off of superheroes, and there can be good or even bad effects. A new debut single has been released by the Band Dashade Music called Super Black, " Film, and music go hand in hand say's the leader of the band. There are four upcoming films or television series in 2022 starring actors of African decent playing a role of some type of superhero, and these are the following: Black Adam, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, The Sandman season 1, The Umbrella Academy season 3, and Tessa Thompson starring as the ruler of Asgard of the Thor themed films.
"I started training for Black Adam when I came out of the womb. I believe I was born to play this character." - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson as The Black Adam