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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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A group of politically conscious students must resolve their own conflicts as they try to change the world around them in this made-for-TV drama. Jennice (Andrea Lia) is an African-American freshman at a university in the Midwest. Jennice is invited to join a campus activist organization, the Black Students Coalition (BSC). But Jennice's initial enthusiasm for the group sours when she accuses Jarib (Crayton Robey), the group's leader, of rape. Soon the BSC is being torn apart from the inside as the members argue about whether or not Jennice is telling the truth. Meanwhile, Troy (J.R. Jarrod), another member of the group, uncovers evidence of corruption among the BSC's leadership. Troy must now decide if he should make his findings public and risk destroying the BSC once and for all -- or remain silent and stand behind the principles of the group that he believes in.