This installation was created in response the artist personal experience with the current housing problem plaguing people all over the country. She was forced to move with her young son in tow 3 times in 6 years. Not because she didn’t pay rent or was a problem tenant in anyway, but because she lived in desirable areas of the city and the landlords simply wanted to charge hirer rents. Rosalyn reimagined a board game where the game pieces were life size and no matter how you played the game, if you don’t own the property, you are going to lose. This work was displayed at the California African American Museum in Expo Park.