Born and raised in Baltimore, Ta-nehisi Coates was an intuitive boy. His parents were huge supporters of civil rights and were apart of different organizations. Both of his parents worked as prominent publishers and writers.
Having grown up during the crack epidemic, Coates was surrounded by turmoil. He even once witness someone get shot and killed while he was standing in front of a convenience store. Coates was 11 years old.
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Wanting to better his life, Coates goes to Howard University and starts to read and learn more about himself and his people.
There, he meets the love of his life and future partner, Kenyatta. The fall in love and become each others forever.
Years later, he has a son and a successful journalism career and becomes a world renown author. He is currently a national correspondent for the Atlantic and the primary creator for the best selling comic book, Black Panther.
Now, Ta-nehisi frequents France with his family. His comic book has become so widely popular that it is now a blockbuster movie. Ta-nehisi is also a prominent adviser for the Marvel Studios film adaptation.