Brenton Weyi uses the power of story to cultivate humanity. He is a writer, thinker, and multi-disciplinary artist who is passionate about labour and tech equity. His professional journey started while living at meditation and martial arts school in Asia, which led to work through social impact and the arts. Informed by his Congolese immigrant upbringing and travel to over 60 nations, his writing and creative work blends narrative, philosophy, history, and technology to examine how we build ethical societies. Brenton has been an artist-in-residence at collectives worldwide and serves as a curator for multiple journals and events. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, American Theater, PBS, and WBUR Boston, among others.