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Episode Info: As a kid, Alfred Day would spend hours holed up indoors reading comics. He loved Batman and Superman, but the character who really spoke to him — who taught him that he could be smart and powerful — was Black Panther. Day, the director of student affairs case management at UC Berkeley, is a co-founder of Berkeley HEROES, a staff club that meets once a month to talk about comics and graphic novels on their list. In February for Black History Month, they're reading the first volume of Ta-Nehisi Coates' current Black Panther series. Read the transcript on Berkeley News: http://bit.ly/2oazF4C Subscribe to the Fiat Vox podcast: Apple Podcasts apple.co/2DvAnR5, Stitcher bit.ly/2FAzMxY, Google Play Music bit.ly/2FCsxWk, TuneIn bit.ly/2DjoErf or Pocket Casts pca.st/PPJd.Read more »

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