Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 3) - Issue 9 Summary & Analysis

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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Summary

In Birnin Azzaria, the Learned City, Changamire silently constructs a foot bridge over a koi pond at his home. A woman named Khadijah appears and it is inferred she is Changamire's wife. Changamire laments his former student Tetu's actions - particularly because Tetu is basing his violent rebellion on Changamire's teachings. Khadijah ask Changamire if he realistically believed his theoretical teachings would be pragmatically possible; if the monarch of Wakanda could be usurped by the people without violence or destruction. Changamire admits he truly believed it could work but now sees he was wrong.

In Birnin Zana, The Golden City and capital of Wakanda, Shuri arrives to meet with T'Challa. Shuri is now imbued with the entirety of Wakanda's memory which means she possesses the powers of all the ancient Wakandans she learned about from The Griot in The Djalia: Plane of Wakandan Memory...

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