February 08, 2018 3:00 pm

Black Panther is one of the most anticipated film’s of the year and some fans want to see a portion of the profits from the Marvel film invested in the Black community.

A petition asks Marvel to invest 25 percent of the film’s profit into the Black community.

Petition creator Chaz Gormley wrote,

Gormley points out examples of Marvel targeting the Black community with its marketing campaign, including the decision to release the film during Black History Month and Gil Scott-Heron’s The Revolution Will Not Be Televised playing in the background of the film’s initial trailer.

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The petition calls on the Black community to wield its power and request that Marvel and its parent company, Disney, back into communities that have been gentrified and faced “police brutality and substandard living conditions.”

“You have the ability to not only be entertained, but to leave the theater in February knowing that a portion of your money will be coming back into your community” Gormley adds.

“To not only go see a film about a fictitious country in Africa with advanced technology, but the opportunity to invest in programs which focus on the fields – Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics – that make such advancements possible, in real life.”