Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 1) - Issue 4 Summary & Analysis

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Summary

In a meeting with Ramonda, Hodari, and Akili after his battle with Zenzi and Tetu, T'Challa is briefed with the latest information on the various situations and crises across Wakanda. Hodari believes Zenzi to be dead and found out Tetu was once a student at Hekima Shulé in Birnin Azzaria. Ramonda immediately says the name "Changamire," knowing he must have been Tetu's teacher. It is revealed Changamire was a dissident philosopher who previously served as private tutor for the Royal Court. T'Challa's father, King T'Chaka, had banished him for perceiving his extreme ideology as a threat against the monarchy. T'Challa asks Ramonda to go to Birnin Azzaria to speak with Changamire, as they were old friends.

In Birnin Azzaria, Ramonda and her guards arrive at Changamire's office. Changamire asks to be left alone so they can talk in private. Ramonda suspects Changmire is involved...

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