Jeanné Isler & Faith Bynoe

Building a Micro Wakanda

Jeanné L. L. Isler is a connector of people and a curator of empowered spaces. She was born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, and after living in the south, and midwest, she returned to DC in 2010. For her, Black liberation means that Black people confidently know that we belong everywhere and that our society is structured in ways that support each of us in fulfilling our purpose in this life. She became woke in 1999 when she helped to organize a demonstration and awareness campaign after Amadou Diallo was shot by police 41 times. She will be co-hosting a table conversation with Faith Bynoe on the strategy of woke Black people owning a controlling economic interest in a town or city and leveraging power to implement the social and political solutions that liberate our people.

Faith Bynoe is a Minister- Healer- and - Dream Builder. She was born in Brooklyn and raised in both Brooklyn and Barbados. For her, Black liberation means the Black diaspora feels safe and secure in their overall basic wellness so they dream big in contributing to their communities and work towards actualizing those dreams. She became woke in 1992 when she chose to work for ACORN and register people to vote even though she was underage. She will be co-hosting a table conversation with Jeanné Isler on the strategy of woke Black people owning a controlling economic interest in a town or city and leveraging power to implement the social and political solutions that liberate our people.

Karen Vick

Designer working hard to help those who do good do better!