Ashley's Racialized Asymmetry
Seventeen, while, well-off, and a mindset on finishing her junior and senior years in high school and going to an Ivy League, Ashley confronts a variable of a racial-order in life. With a newfound consciousness that has been raised as a result of preparation for an academic tournament. Ashely begins to interrogate privileges she has had in life; and those who have unquestionably provided such leisures. Ashley's entire social order, and the role and effect that racism plays and perpetuates within it, is in question in this exciting read. Where family and school are fittingly seen as the microcosm of the larger social polify, the interplay of race and the latter are best deduced from its smaller parts.