Marvel's Black Panther Celebrates African Culture

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  22 February 2018       Tripindigo       5 min read

It's Time For Africa to Shine

Released only a week ago, Marvel's Black Panther has taken the world by storm and is already outperforming recently released Superhero movies such as "Justice League" and "Logan." Predictions show that after this weekend Black Panther will surely be one of the Top 12 best Superhero movies of all time.

We can only pin the success of this film down to Hollywood finally telling the story of an indigenous African Hero. Although the film is based mythical location called Wakanda, it celebrates African culture in the most accurate ways possible. Drawing from various African cultures and traditions and showing the world who we are!

 

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A Tribute to African Tribes and Culture

Of course, African's based all over the world are rejoicing on social media and bursting with pride. Somalian based Waris Duaaleh, in one such person and put together a feed of tweets depicting how the Black Panther film celebrates authentic tribes and cultures from all over Africa. We take a quick look at how various cultural themes are showcased in the film. 

Ceremonial Body Modifications inspired by the Mursi & Surma

Traditional Zulu Headdress

Costumes Inspired by the Masai

Igobo Mask

Basotho Blankets

Ndebele Neck Rings

Himba Inspired Colours

West and North African Robes

Dogan Traditions From Mali

Tuareg Scarfs

Turkana Tribes from Kenya

Xhosa Language

Mursi and Surma Tribal Markings

Akan Scarfs From Ghana

The Great Rift Valley Is Featured

 

Tribal Hair & Makeup

Featured Music by South African Artists

African Actors

Actors from originating from Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Uganda
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African People Celebrate

Drawing from so many cultures and tribes across the continent of Africa, we can only celbrate this Film. Not only do African Kid's have their own indiginous superhero to look up to but our cultures and traditions are celebrated in a poerful manner giving birth to a new African Identity in Mainstream Cinema. Black Panther we salute you! #Wakanda



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