"20 & ODD" — It’s the year 2119, the quincentenary of the arrival of the "20 and odd" as they were titled. It’s on this day that marked the beginning of the African- Caribbean transatlantic experience in the United States of America. 500 years on, laws and systems have evolved to cater to all americans equally, however the now titled 'African American' community continues to struggle.  

Under the premise that memory runs as deep as genetics, shared traumatic experiences have been passed down and have formed a common ground of a collective lingering mistrust. History has become the enemy. Forgiveness has not worked, what happens if we encourage forgetting?