Justyce McAllister is a good kid. Fourth in his class and captain of the debate team at his prestigious prep-school--where he's one of only a handful of African-American students--he's destined for success. But none of that prevents him from being falsely accused of a crime and held in too-tight handcuffs for hours.
With eyes wide open, Justyce begins writing letters to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in an effort to process his experiences, and respond through the lens of Dr. King's teachings. But when Justyce falls victim to the exact kind of incident he's worked so hard to avoid--an encounter with an off-duty police officer that ends in tragedy--everything Justyce believed about "The King's Way" is called into question.
As Justyce struggles to process through his grief and the way he's being negatively portrayed in the media, he's faced with the biggest challenge of all: in a world full of odds that are obviously stacked against him, who is he going to be?
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