In 1968 Chicago, it's t easy for thirteen-year-old Sam to be the son of kwn civil rights activist Roland Childs. Especially when his older brother, Stick, starts keeping to himself. Then, one day, Sam finds something under Stick's bed that changes everything: literature about the Black Panthers. Suddenly, thing feels certain anymore. And when Dr. King is shot and killed, Sam's father's words are longer eugh to make him believe in change....This moving, coming-of-age story gracefully encompasses the scope of the struggle between the civil rights and black power movements through an intimate and relatable lens.