The Antiracist Economist, Kim Crayton, Announces Pre-Sale of First Book: Profit Without Oppression

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Officially hitting bookshelves Fall 2022, Profit Without Oppression marks the first in a series of planned published works

Today, Kim Crayton, in partnership with publishing house 13th & Joan, announced the official pre-sale of Ms. Crayton’s inaugural book Profit Without Oppression: A Blueprint To Building an Antiracist Organization, with signed copies now available for advance reservation at

Officially hitting bookshelves Fall 2022, Profit Without Oppression marks the first in a series of planned published works which educates business leaders on how to create meaningful social change in the workplace while simultaneously providing strategies for entrepreneurs from marginalized communities to navigate the systems, institutions and policies that oppress their success. The book will leverage Ms. Crayton’s ideologies and lived experiences as “The Antiracist Economist,” showcasing years of learnings from her work advising and consulting large tech organizations on their efforts to operationalize their core values, which includes developing a foundation for effective DEI.

“Building a successful business has always been a key to establishing oneself and future generations,” said Kim Crayton. “Unfortunately, gaining the knowledge and skills needed have largely been the sole domain of the already powerful and privileged. Knowledge, particularly in the age of information, should no longer be hoarded by the select few. The ability to create something that enables you to take care of yourself and your loved ones, while prioritizing a supremacy, coercion, discrimination, and exploitation FREE future should be available to anyone who chooses that path.”

“Kim’s work is exactly the type of publishing we aspire to,” stated Ardre Orie, CEO, 13th & Joan Publishing House. “Kim’s vast expertise uniquely positions her and her mission of creating a new legacy of business acumen and opportunity for those who aspire to contribute to the antiracist economy. We could not be more thrilled to serve as her partner.”

Also debuting this summer is Ms. Crayton’s podcast, The Antiracist Economy with Kim Crayton, available via Anchor by Spotify in August. Joined by renowned experience strategist, Erin Mills, each episode will discuss the intersection of current events, pop culture and social change, ever exploring the critical dynamics of antiracism and psychological safety in today's rapidly evolving workplace.

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About Kim Crayton
As the Antiracist Economist, Kim Crayton is dedicated to building a future that Is Supremacy, Coercion, Discrimination, and Exploitation FREE. Formerly known for #causeascene, she used her platform to call out harm and the facade of inclusion, often consulting with tech companies that were experiencing “challenges” when it came to ensuring the welcoming and psychological safety of their work environment.

About 13th & Joan
13th & Joan Publishing House was founded in 2015 by celebrity published ghostwriter, playwright and film director Ardre Orie. As a multimedia agency dedicated to providing a vehicle for aspiring authors, playwrights, and film directors, 13th & Joan has helped hundreds tell their stories and distribute them on a large scale.

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