One of Ta-Nehisi Coates's many notable contributions to his run on Black Panther was his presentation or reworking of the Dora Milaje. The group were originally created years before Coates took on the comic book, and their role was to serve as bodyguards for Black Panther.
Coates narrates a tale of two of the women, Ayo and Anneka, taking on different roles, as they are compelled to rethink their roles as mere protectors. They are leading an uprising of sorts.
Based on what you covered in chapter 2 of Black Panther, what thoughts did you have about Ayo and Anneka or the depiction of their experiences and actions?