Attorney Jacques Joseph Henri, meets NYPD Detective Ayo James at a coffee shop in New York City.  They both have an immediate attraction to each other yet are seemingly worlds apart professionally.  Their conversation introduces us to the African spirit world in Congo Square in Treme of New Orleans, the second oldest free Black community (1812) in the US.  Attorney Henri learns about this spiritual world from family reunions in Congo Square named after the enslaved Africans in Louisiana from which Jacques descends.  Drumming in Congo Square is Jacques’s African spirituality muse.

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