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Thank you for your overwhelming support for Profit Without Oppression: Building An Antiracist Organization. I'm glad that so many get why this book is needed and why the time is NOW.

Many of you have asked, how can I help? What do you need?

The truth is funding.

For the next six months, I am committing my entire personal and professional life to this book to create a practical antiracist organization-building strategy.

This means no revenue from our consulting business.

To help defray the many costs of publishing a book, I am offering an opportunity to POWER OUR WORK. To support our efforts and be named in the book's dedication, make a $600 one-time contribution or 6 monthly $100 contributions.

Please consider supporting us if you have the means and help us create a supremacy, coercion, discrimination, and exploitation FREE future.

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“The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House” - Audre Lorde

Every part of our current political, social, and economic systems, institutions, and policies are rooted in oppression. They require domination, theft, dishonesty, discrimination, and the harming of others as fuel to operate AND are designed to discourage, and even crush, any challenge.

As we face our uncertain future, some understand that systems, institutions, and policies designed to oppress — are not only unethical and immoral — they are also unsustainable. The flaws that inherently exist when exclusion is the business model are increasingly being highlighted globally.

If you are one of those individuals who understands and accepts the challenge that to move forward means, forging a completely new path — a path to welcoming and psychological safety at scale — then sponsoring the independent research and work of Kim Crayton, the Antiracist Economist, should be a part of any personal strategy.

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