Ms. Marvel and Other Superheroes Become Protest Superheroes!

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There are some strong, fearless, and all-American superheroes lending their faces to the resistance.

During the Women’s March(s) around the world in January, Carrie Fisher’s Princess Leia popped up representing that a women’s true place is in the resistance. Now as protests continue (HELL YEA, KEEP THEM GOING!) focusing not just on women’s rights but also strongly opposing Trump’s ban on Muslims and moving forward on his plans for building a wall along the Mexican border. Now more powerful and inspiring fictional characters are proving to be a force to reckon with and giving protestors hope in these dark times, Ms. Marvel, Captain America, Wonder Woman, and more!

Back in 2014, Kamala Khan took over the title of Ms. Marvel becoming the first Muslim-American superhero in Marvel history to get her own solo title. Kamala is a first-generation Pakistani-American teenage girl living in Jersey City who by day attends high-school and geeks out about the Avengers but by night she is saving the citizens of her city!

Kamala Khan’s Ms. Marvel was created by Muslim American writer G. Willow Wilson, artist Adrian Alphona, and editors Stephen Wacker and Sana Amanat and since then her debut has had an ongoing social impact and has had her become a beloved Marvel character. You may even recall back in 2015 in San Francisco, Kamala helped street activists take down Islamophobic bus ads. Now Kamala is a symbol of social-justice at many protests around the world, check it out below…

Ms. Marvel didn't need no protest sign this time. Kamala Khan approves of the variant cover art @philnoto #NoBanNoWall

— NavdeepSinghDhillon (@navdeep_dhillon) January 29, 2017


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