This Black Cosplayer Is Breaking The Racial Boundaries Of Cosplay

Published 7 years ago

Instagram star Kiera Please has joined in honoring the Black History Month, during which the cosplayers across all social media platforms are participating in #28DaysOfBlackCosplay challenge.

The 21-year-old Virginian has made a name for her with her Storm from X-Men cosplay, which was followed by amazing depictions of Anime or American cartoon characters.

This newest challenge, Kiera is participating in, was created by fellow cosplayer Chaka Cumberbatch, and it aims to break down racism in the cosplay community. The goal is to celebrate the difference and the multiracial talents, especially the young people of color who may otherwise feel undesired in these circles.

More info: Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Tumblr (h/t)

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#1 Melpomene From Hercules

#2 Kida Nedakh From Atlantis: The Lost Empire

#3 Nani Pelekai From Lilo & Stitch

#4 Hermione From Harry Potter

#5 Beret Girl From An Extremely Goofy Movie

#6 Chel From The Road To El Dorado

#7 Garnet From Steven Universe

#8 Korra From The Legend Of Korra

#9 Sadness From Inside Out

#10 Doodlebob From Spongebob


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