I help bridge cultural gaps with antiracist and Black historical narratives that empower communities to create equitable systems
Ernest Crim III is an Anti-Racist Educator and hate crime survivor who uses (Black) historical narratives to empower and educate families and train educators through an equitable lens. Mr. Crim, a south side of Chicago native and University of Illinois graduate, is a former high school history educator of 12 years, who now teaches Black History to the world through social media with a platform that reaches over 2 million people monthly.
"The ABCs of Affirming Black Children"
Within the pages of The ABCs of Affirming Black Children, readers will get 26 artists, activists, scientists, and speakers who dared to be great in the face of injustice and adversity to correct the image our children have of themselves. These affirmations and historical facts will build a foundation of confidence and vision that will prepare them for the greatness they are destined to achieve.
“He is one of the best speakers I’ve ever encountered. Mr. Crim pulls from his own experiences and presents his stories and insights in a way that is not only professional but relatable and real. His down-to- earth demeanor allows students to easily connect to him and his stories. He is truly an incredible role model for all who have the opportunity to hear him speak.”
Oakton Community College