Profit Without Oppression (Paperback)
EVERY PART of our current political, social, and economic
systems, institutions, and policies are rooted in oppression.
They require domination, theft, dishonesty, intolerance, 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 but also unsustainable. The flaws that
inherently exist when exclusion is the business model are
increasingly being highlighted globally.
In the book Profit Without Oppression: A Blueprint for Building an
Antiracist Organization, Kim Crayton, The Antiracist Economist
unapologetically identifies the systems, institutions, and policies
that privilege the few while excluding and harming the many. This
book charts an inclusionary strategic path forward that seeks to
develop an economic ethos and series of business models that
are supremacy, coercion, discrimination, and exploitation free.
Profit Without Oppression is an economic theory based on the
understanding that to advance in ways where harm is not treated
as a necessary "cost of doing business," we must forge an entirely
new path that leads to a supremacy, coercion, discrimination,
and exploitation free future.
While many view disruption as an innovative
product or service, Kim vows to disrupt the thinking
process for the masses and challenge the status
quo; to scale welcoming and psychological safety.