Black Panther (2018) dazzled audiences worldwide with action and explosions, as well as a complex, compelling story featuring complex, compelling characters interacting with and against one another. For this bonus essay prompt I would like you to analyze one or more of the core female characters from the film using the analytical lens of Black feminist thought, as articulated by Patricia Hill Collins. Specifically, what is the Black feminist praxis of Lupita Nyong’o’s globe-hopping Nakia? How does Letitia Wright’s Shuri or Danai Gurira’s Okoye demonstrate a dialogical approach to informing consciousness? In what ways do these characters’ actions and statements address the core tenets of autonomy, or being against all forms of oppression? In your discussion be sure to cite evidence from the assigned texts to support your analysis. And above all have some fun with this question, folks! I’m ‘beta-testing’ it out here—for a future prompt or assignment perhaps!
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