It is 1922, and racial injustice in America has existed for far too long. As Civil Rights advocates, you have witnessed the terrors of de jure segregation, white terror, and the Palmer Raids; despite having the odds stacked against you, you and your fellow delegates must work to find solutions to racial injustice in your nation. You will face roadblocks, as many Americans are hesitant to recognize the immorality of racism. Your grassroots campaign will have to look for an end to the segregation defended in Plessy v. Ferguson, push forth a law to prevent the thousands of lynchings taking place all across the south, and find a Presidential candidate in 1924 that will be supportive of your goals. Oh, and one wrong step will set you back decades.