MBHS AASU Black History Field Trip
Help Mission Bay High School's African American Student Union (AASU) and ASB send students to see "Black Panther" in theaters on Feb 20. This culturally significant Marvel Super Hero Film features a Black Super Hero as the main protagonist and hero, not the sidekick. The film has a black production staff and black cast. We truly believe "you can't be what you can't see" and we want to show our African American Youth that they can be the heroes, the main characters, the instigators and leaders of social justice and can control their futures. Our goal is to raise $3000 to cover the cost of transportation (school busses), tickets and a small concession item for each student. Any additional money raised will go toward AASU Leadership Development at MBHS.+ Read More
Thank you to all of our donors. Today we were able to take 100 students to see Marvel’s Black Panther. Your contributions helped us in our mission to inspire and motivate our students. We have adopted “you can’t be what you can’t see” as our guiding principal this year. Today our students of color were able to SEE themselves as heroes, political leaders, inventors of technology, and warriors for the improvement of the human race. Thank you!
We are blown away by the generosity and community support for this project. Right now we will be able to take 100 students to see the Marvel Super Hero film, Black Panther as part of our Black History Month activities. Thank you so much to the donors who have made this happen. The more we raise the more students we can impact so please continue to share. Thank you!!!