Private Screening of Marvel’s Black Panther for Our Youth

Private Screening Feb 19th! a local media company understands how the images our youth see are vital to the character building in their futures. The release of Marvel’s film the “Black Panther” is more than just a movie. This presents an opportunity for youth in our under-served communities (primarily of color) to witness a major black comic book character come to life on the big screen.   This movie presents a unique opportunity for youth in Aurora, Colorado and the surrounding community.

Representation is important in the positive development of our children.’s owner Dorne Adams Jr. wants to not only host this fun family event for the community, but wants to further the work where it impacts its residents long after the event. With this event, the company will also launch their Coollivin Media Scholarship. Any proceeds or donations exceeding the cost of the film will be donated to develop a scholarship for a student entering the Colorado Film School. This presents the platform to not only give our children an opportunity to see their likeness on the big screen, but additionally create an educational benefit for them to learn, develop and create movies that will mirror this sentiment. We are fostering the leaders and creators of tomorrow through our efforts and our commitment.

Please help support us send our children to see the Marvel “Black Panther” movie at a private FREE event and be a part of championing inclusive excellence for our children. is a local media company that focuses on media coverage of local events and media promotions for major brands such as Macy’s, Harley Davidson and many other local companies.

Colorado Film School is a part of Community College of Aurora. Community College of Aurora enables students to become lifelong learners, while also preparing them for success in the workforce. CCA’s unique blend of teaching excellence in a diverse community college setting in Aurora and Denver, Colorado offers accessible learning for students with a wide range of needs.

All donations will go through the Community College of Aurora (CCA) Foundation a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to supporting the success of CCA in its commitment to student success and high quality education.

Cost breakdown for the movie:

$6.50 per child ticket

$10.00 refreshments per child

$10.50 per chaperone ticket

*The remaining balance of donations after the movie experience is covered will go to the Community College of Aurora Foundation. To learn more about CCA Foundation visit   I appreciate you joining me in supporting our children, who need us now more than ever.

For more information about this event, please contact: Dorne Adams at

For more information about Community College of Aurora Foundation, contact: Assistant Director of Donor Relations at