Justyce is called to adventure when he is wrongfully arrested for the color of his skin and experiences extreme racism.
He took a spot I didn't get because Yale has to fill a quota--
Justyce begins the adventure. He starts an experiment: writing letters to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to find out if his teachings still hold up.
WHY does this guy insist on trying to keep me down?
Justyce leaves the known world of his safe life as a normal high school student and enters the psychological unknown world of exploring racism, prejudice, and race relations.
She's a good friend, Ma.
Justyce faces judgement and ignorance at school from peers, including his classmate Jared. Eventually, Jared changes and becomes a better person.
A group of gang members from Justyce's neighborhood try to keep him down and tell him he belongs with them. Justyce is torn between his roots and proving himself to people like Jared. Finally, Justyce almost joins their gang, but doesn't when he realizes he shouldn't be like them.
You'll be back, smart guy. We'll see you soon.
Justyce wants to have a relationship with Sarah-Jane. However, he knows his mother does not approve because Sarah-Jane is white. Justin eventually decides that he wants to have to relationship anyway, despite what he knows his mother will think.