You Can Follow my Black Ass or You Can Drown

Kim Crayon

In this episode of the podcast, we chat with the Antiracist Economist, Kim Crayton. We discuss whiteness, navigating life and work as Black women, and Profit without Oppression. I hope this episode stretches you outside your comfort zone and into a more just embodiment.

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In This Episode:

  • Kim being led to Los Angeles
  • The problem with being black and fully yourself
  • The symbiosis of destruction and building
  • Your money will not save
  • Defining “Whiteness”
  • Being a monolith
  • The issue with corporate DEI
  • PAY Black women
  • Moving past the binary
  • Kim’s book - Profit Without Oppression
  • Operationalizing your values




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