Black Panther Quartz Review, February 18th, 2018 Ademolu, Edward. “Black Panther Is A Stunning Reimagining Of Africa’s Aesthetic For Hollywood Movie Fans.” The Conversation, Quartz Africa, 16 February 2018, https://qz.com/1209148/black-panthers-africa-afrofuturism-and-wakanda-are-stunning-re imagining-of-a-cultural-aesthetic/. Accessed 21 April 2018. https://qz.com/1209148/black-panthers-africa-afrofuturism-and-wakanda-are-stunning-reimagining-of-a-cultural-aesthetic/ In English class, we read and then discussed an article praising the movie Black Panther for the outstanding job it had done portraying African cultures with the respect and dignity they deserve. This article fits within the pillar of “Recognize Perspectives” because it adds a new viewpoint to the discussion of cultural representation. Furthermore, this article supported the concept of the pillar in that it shows that a movie about a minority culture can be made, appealing to all audiences, without falling into the traps of stereotyping. This source addresses my overarching question in that it gives a reference frame for a culture that has been respected and portrayed in a positive way by the media, something to compare the racist and demeaning depictions of Native Americans to.