All American Boys
And that's what Quinn, a white kid, saw. He saw his best friend's older brother beating the daylights out of a classmate. At first Quinn doesn't tell a soul. He's not even sure he understands it - and does it matter. The whole thing was caught on camera anyway. But when the school - and nation - starts to divide on what happened, blame spreads like wildfire fed by ugly words like "racism" and "police brutality." Quinn realized he's got to understand it , because, bystander or not, hes a part of history. He just had to figure out what side of history that will be.
Rashad and Quinn - one black, one white, both american- face the unspeakable truth that racism did not die after the civil right movement. There's a future at stake, a future where no one else will have to be absent because of police brutality. They just have to risk everything to the the world.
Because that's how it can end.