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This paper explores the representations of two of Disney's Africana royals, Phiona from the Queen of Katwe and Princess Shuri from Black Panther. Taking into consideration the pedagogical impact of media to reinforce ideologies of White supremacy and privilege, the depictions of these alternative royals in Disney's royal realm are analyzed using intersectionality theory. The girls' intersecting identities are juxtaposed with Collins' matrix of domination concept. The analysis revealed that,doi:10.3390/socsci7100206 fatcat:4tnxlgg265c3nokdede5vv3qvm