NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Clinton McDonald is hosting a free screening for Central Arkansas children of the Marvel movie “Black Panther.”
Groups across America have been hosting screenings or raising money for African-American youth to see the movie. The film portrays a black hero who comes from the pages of a Stan Lee comic book. It stars Chadwick Boseman and Michael B. Jordan.
Comedy, Action, and BOOKS! MACCLID presents the Black Panther movie screening while promoting literacy through the youth in the community. Come join us for a fun filled night of books,movies, and more… for more details visit https://t.co/377dA4VRWy. pic.twitter.com/pQMuBbJsOZ— MACCLID (@macclid) February 6, 2018
McDonald’s organization MACCLID (McDonald & Associates Collective Collaboration-Light into Darkness) will host the screening February 15 at Regal McCain Mall. You need to click here to sign up in order to attend.
Participating young people will also receive a book to take home from the organization First Book.
MACCLID is a partner of the Victory Over Violence campaign.
Clinton McDonald is a native of Jacksonville, Arkansas who has gained national attention for his efforts to give back to the community. He was a nominee this past season for the NFL’s prestigious Walter Payton Award.