With a Danish-German mother from upstate New York and a Black father from southern Virginia, Aaron grows up with multiple cultures in a 90s world preoccupied by social and racial labels. While his nonconformity and self-determination bring him into conflict with the conventional and rigid settings he finds himself in, they also open the doors to many unique and rich experiences. As Aaron seeks to be true to himself, his family, and faith, he experiences loss and blessings that give him a greater sense of belonging to God and the mystery in life. In Gray presents snapshots of school, family, friendship, church, basketball, and, most of all, love. Whether youre Black, White, both, or neither, In Gray will draw you in and have you pondering the meaning of relationships and identity.