Quinn must pick a side. Will he defend Rashad? A boy he barely knows? OR will he side with his police officer mentor, Paul?
Loyalty. Honor. Integrity.
Quinn says, "But it wasn't about loyalty. It was about [my dad] standing up for what he believed in. And I wanted to be my dad's son , someone who believed a better world was possible -- someone who stood up for it" (267).
Reynolds and Kiely Confront Racial inequality. Racism is still a problem today, and we must all stand up for what we know is right.
"If you are neutral in the face of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor"
- Desmond Tutu