Leo Axel Rollins is not pleased to learn that he has a major school assignment to complete over spring break. Dr. Patterson, his 8th grade global studies teacher is relentless. Two-weeks of relaxation has turned into a quest for five generations of history "Do you ever wonder where your grandmother's great grandfather's mother lived? What she did? How she dressed? What she dreamt about?" Dr. Patterson asks his class. What begins as a school assignment turns into a rite of passage as Leo tries to figure out who he is as a Black teen in America where concerns like police brutality, racism and discrimination are still present even after the global pandemic has reopened the world.Join Leo, his little sister Lena-Symone and their family on this enlightening and inspiring journey across the globe from feudal Europe to pre-colonial Ghana; from the mountains of Brazil to the plantations of Mississippi. Leo is changed forever as he is compelled to combat the complexities of his Blackness.The book is written for youth to read independently or for families to enjoy together. It shares the decolonized stories of Black families and their history in their own voice.