RE/IN/ACT, a project commenting on the current, previous and future of African people living in the Americas. The trauma and the impact. In the awake, the reawakening of our state, America; she has erupted. She is full of energy, energy going in all directions, convoluted, clustered, and sometimes careless. We all hear names, we all know names, a name we sounded ourselves, names sounded by others, again and again; some call them victims. A martyr? A spirit, a sacrificial lesson? An example? In the awakening, Black people, Black families are clueless, lost, displaced, distraught, desolate. George Floyd, a (hu)man, heightened the sensitivities and insecurities that curtain Black livelihood. His death, forced contemplation on the reactions, actions and inaction of Black people. The first track “VIEW”, speaks to the spectatorship of Black scenes, which we surveil, internalize and identify with. Scenes which may be provocative or calmly evocative. “SHIELD”, Black caregivers try to shield the young from the dangers of her, but it is impossible. “HOPE”, a better world, a better future for the youngins, a better life, far fetched but still sanguine. “CARE”, caring for ourselves and no one else, because it seems that no one care for us. “(UN)CONTROL(LABLE)”, the control, the lack of control, Black people have over our own; our own lives.