"The truth we chose to omit." "Bury me at sea like my ancestors who knew death was better than bondage." The inclusion of these two lines, plus Michael B. Jordan's turn as Erik Kilmonger lifted this from merely good to truly great. If only they'd used Drexciya on the soundtrack.
"Not until Prynne is dead." The white American middle-class nightmare. Redundancy, paranoia, incipient madness, fear of terrorism, masculinity in crisis, distrust of African-Americans, and nothing but a failing public transport system to rely on.