When a student at Murphy High tells an off-color joke, Tasha Gordon considers it an insult to African Americans. Several of her friends think Tasha's just overreacting, until the issue ignites the entire school. Will the debate help everyone to see both sides--and heal the rift in the 18 Pine St. gang?
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