Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 2) Quotes

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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So young. So callow. Have you so soon forgotten your own words? The point is power, girl. And in that practice either you are a nation, or you are nothing.
-- The Griot (chapter 5)

Importance: The Griot says this to Shuri after telling her the story of the Adowan people. She is teaching Shuri that Wakanda will not be able to survive unless they led as a united nation.

I honor Kwaku Ware. I will honor him until my last breath, knowing that all of my breaths are but his mercy. I did not save him. May I suffer a thousand torments for this, so long as I suffer them alone and no more Wakandans die.
-- T'Challa (chapter 5)

Importance: T'Challa is appealing to Mwabena Ware to convince him to defect from The People. He is demonstrating his new sensibilities as a leader, telling Mwabena he wants to fight not for himself, but for people like Mwabena's brother who...

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