Baltimore students treated to screening of 'Wakanda Forever'

Some lucky Baltimore City school students got a break from the classroom Friday for an exclusive screening of the new "Black Panther" movie, "Wakanda Forever." The United Way of Central Maryland teamed up with the Propel Center to bring more than 900 students from six city high schools together with college students from Baltimore's Historically Black College and Universities for a special treat at the Senator Theatre. Franklin Baker, president and CEO of the United Way of Central Maryland, said the original "Black Panther" movie captured the importance of Black representation in American culture. He said the next installment picks up where the last movie left off.