Mar 2, 2018

"Black Panther," DACA and hidden holdings

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What happens when an important cultural moment is at risk of being turned into a commodity? Plus how business owners with DACA status face an uncertain future, the money behind an evangelical Christian network and more.

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For "Black Panther," what happens when culture meets commodity?

We sit down with comic writer and journalist Evan Narcisse and Black Girl Nerds's Jamie Broadnax.
An exhibitor organizes 'Black Panther' items at the Hasbro showroom during the annual New York Toy Fair, on February 20, 2018, in New York. Toys and accessories linked to the movie, which is also making waves for its strong black female leading roles, have the potential to become an enduring presence in stores, like Spider-Man and other iconic figures, company executives say.