A full-length played composed of six acts, displaying events going on in the world. Carl loves his family, but his addiction to drugs and alcohol comes first. When he comes close to overdosing in front of his daughter, his wife gives the ultimatum between his family or drugs and alcohol. He goes clean for ten years, but his past finds a way back to him, and the ultimatum his wife gave him becomes deadly. William and his son Benny came to America in hopes of starting a new life. Ricky has a tight grip around his friend Hubert, easily convincing him the dominant race is African-Americans, and other race should matter. When Ricky and Benny encounter each other, it becomes a racial feud, leading to the old saying igrance is bliss. When Monica almost becomes the victim of rape on prom night. Craig comes to her rescue, getting his ankle broken in the process, preventing him from being able to play basketball. They end up getting married, but he's longer the kind loving man she fell in love with. Mathew is trying to embed in his younger brother African American's are bad people, and he shouldn't associate himself with them. When he spends a night in jail, he comes to terms that bad people come in every race, and you shouldn't judge a book by the cover. Kyle and Maria wants their parents to accept they love each other, and race shouldn't matter. Defining the odds to keep their relationship together. The negativity from others is slowly breaking them apart. Tiffany has been getting molested by her father since she was a child, up into a teenager. Tiffany feels she's thing more than a mattress, and there's hope for her. When she comes in contact with the new student Bernard. He becomes interested in her for his own personal reasons, trying to explain she's more than what people make her out to be, and there's still hope.