The Importance Of Perception In 'All American Boys'
Quinn then realizes that he has to get an understanding of what happened and pick a side because he was a witness and no matter, what he was apart of history that was bigger than him and bigger than just this once incident.
This novel agrees with my world view that more people need to understand what police brutality is and how it affects the entire African American race. All American Boys also agrees with how I think that more people need to put themselves in the shoes of African Americans and get a feel for the racism that they face in their day to day lives. Jason Reynolds and Brendan Kiely, the authors of the novel, show the perspective of Rashad and his family and this allows the readers to gain an insight and understanding of what it feels like to be a victim of police brutality. The characters in the book each have a different opinion and stance on police brutality and the incident that happened to Rashad. Rashad’s brother, Spoony, is one of the characters that firmly believes that their family should do something about the issue and that they can not be complacent about their son being wrongfully accused because of the color