Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet (Book 3) - Issue 12 Summary & Analysis

Ta-Nehisi Coates
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In Birnin Azzaria, Changamire facilitates a meeting between The Midnight Angels and officials from the current Wakandan government, including T'Challa and Shuri. They debate whether The Midnight Angels should still be held accountable for the crimes against the monarchy. Though they did not fight alongside The People's rebellion they still murdered and captured Wakandans, even though their victims were war lords. The meeting ends in a dead lock, with T'Challa and Shuri believing though they are at a new dawn for Wakanda they cannot completely abandon the tradition and laws of the past. T'Challa wishes to pardon Aneka but cannot if she still believes there is no value in the traditions of Wakanda.

At Changamire's home, Aneka and Mother have tea with Changamire and his wife, Khadijah. Aneka is still incensed by T'Challa, calling him 'harumu-fal,' Wakandan for "The Orphan King." Khadijah suddenly...

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