Activist Marva sees Duke turned away from their polling place and takes it upon herself to make sure his vote is counted. And so their whirlwind day begins, rushing from precinct to precinct, cutting school, waiting in endless lines, turned away time and again, trying to do one simple thing: vote.
When Grace, Rosina, and Erin find out that a girl who was gang raped by some popular boys at their school wasn't believed by anyone, they form an anonymous group to resist the sexist culture at their school.
When Kate's mother dies, she goes to live with the father she never knew--who is running for President. Suddenly, she is thrust into the public eye of political campaigning and not sure she agrees with her father's politics. Wanting acceptance in her new family, Kate finds she also needs to be true to herself and take a stand.
As witness to the shooting of her cousin by a cop, Starr is stuck between the truth and wanting to protect her community. When she raises her voice for justice, you'll be cheering her on. Perfect read for Black Lives Matter.