‘Super Chikis’ Aim To Help San Antonio Girls Discover Their Superhero Powers

The creator of the characters want to promote diversity and tolerance.

By Norma MartinezDecember 29, 2017 9:30 am| , , ,

From Texas Public Radio:

A new group of superheroes is coming to town. Just don’t expect them to grace your kids’ lunchboxes or find them inside a kids’ meal.

The Super Chikis don’t go around blowing up bad guys, and they don’t have typical superhero names: Ana, Samantha, Daniela, Veronica, Indira, and Esperanza. The fact that they have everyday names makes these preteen characters more relatable to the young girls they hope to inspire.

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