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200 students right  here in Richmond had the chance to see the premiere showing of the “Black Panther” last night thanks to 9th District Councilman, Micheal Jones. 

Jones, who invited students from Southside Community Center, the George Wythe and Huguenot basketball teams and students from Virginia Union University, booked a theater at the Bow Tie-Movieland at Boulevard Square. 

“A movie of this type, for the African-American community, only comes out once in a while,”said Jones.

“We want them to see a positive role model. Just a positive interpretation of African-American life,” Jones continued. 

“Black Panther” is projected to be one of the biggest movies of the year; with movie analyst saying it will bring in close to $150 million dollars in its opening weekend. 

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