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No Cars in Black Panther's Fictional African City—And, Yes, the Film Is a Lot of Fun

by Charles Mudede Black green city in Black Panther. Because I do not want to spoil the experience of this movie, I will not describe the path of the film's plot to its core problem, which concerns the unification of black Africa with black America. Out of a comic book, director Ryan Coogler crafted an important concept about how, from the unification, a post-pan-Africanist global Africanism can emerge.
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