When Melody’s family faces discrimination in her hometown of Detroit, she’s determined to make things right—and fair. But after a faraway tragedy strikes close to Melody’s heart, can she overcome her fear so that her voice can be heard?
Enter Melody’s world as she seeks justice and change during a turbulent time in America, a time when she discovers the things worth having don’t come easily—but that everyone has a right to shine.
“Melody’s story will encourage young people to recognize they are never too young to get involved and make a difference.”
—Terri Lee Freeman, President, National Civil Rights Museum
Through the history of the civil rights movement, Melody models what it means to be a girl of strong character, courageously working for equality and harmony among all people.