Nineteen African American families buy 97 acres of land in rural Georgia, to create a "safe space" for black families. "We figured we could try to fix a broken system or we could start fresh. This is how we build our new Black Wall Streets. We can do this. We can have Wakanda. We just have to build it for ourselves." Ashley Scott and Renee Walters, an investor and entrepreneur says. The pro-black town located outside of Macon, Georgia in Wilkinson County, will be known as Freedom. The two women are holding fundraisers to help pay for the purchase and development, and describe themselves as "a black-owned, woman-owned, family-owned, veteran-managed, limited liability company".