Organizers and guest speakers for the Wovveh Weekend summit include (from left) Epifañio Torres, Isiah Brown, Chelsea Barnett, Brandy Avery, David DeBerry II, and Anna McCurdy.

When persons pay attention to poets, they snap their fingers in appreciation.

When people pay attention to “Keys to Black Wealth” speakers, they shake their vehicle keys.

There guarantees to be a chorus of jingles this Saturday, as founders of the Columbus enterprise provide money ideas at the 2nd-annual “Wovveh Weekend,” a summit made for the Black neighborhood and other men and women of shade. The free of charge celebration will just take put from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Columbus Metropolitan Key Library Downtown.

Attendees can register at linktr.ee/RewritingTheNarrativeInc.

“We’ve bought to get into the spirit of leaving powering resources, and not just the transfer of income,” reported Brandy Avery, co-CEO of Keys to Black Prosperity, which educates the public about creating generational wealth. “The transfer of knowledge is critical as very well. That’s the only way that we’re heading to be able to get rid of some of these vicious cycles of poverty that we see in our local community.”