Dallas Cowboys safety Kavon Frazier and his Frazier Cares Foundation teamed up with a couple of Dallas Judges and lawyers last Friday to send 662 students to see Marvel’s Black Panther movie.
Dallas Judge Andrea Martin spearheaded the event along with Judge Kim Cooks.
But it was also a continuation of Frazier’s involvement in the community through his Frazier Care’s foundation.
“It’s a good movie for young black kids to see,” Frazier said. “With everything going on in the world, they have never had a superhero. This is the first one. It’s a good one.”
The students were from D.A. Hulcy Middle School. They rode school buses to the Cinemark Theatre in Lancaster and even walked the red carpet.
“It takes a village to raise a child, so I called Dallas ISD and asked if we could pay for students and staff to see the movie,” said Judge Martin to WFAA.com.
“We see images that don’t make us look good all the time. This gives our children an opportunity to see a black man and black women in Africa living a technologically advanced life.”