As a consultant and speaker, Mr. Crim uses his experience with fighting a hate crime that went viral, to teach the important role Black History plays in becoming culturally compliant and equitable in the workplace, school and broader community.

For Your Company

Mr. Crim provides an engaging presentation that discusses the vital role Black History (and other BIPOC histories) plays in creating a more inclusive and culturally compliant workplace that moves towards generating more revenue by reaching historically marginalized groups. With this presentation, companies will delve deeper into the experience of their BIPOC customers and colleagues and discover how to balance profit and equity in a genuine manner.

For Your

High School

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Middle School

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach kids about the importance of learning their history in order to maximize their academic and professional potential in accordance with the Harvard University and University of Pittsburgh study that asserts that Black children who are taught to have racial pride perform better academically. Additionally, Mr. Crim incorporates various pop culture references, interchangeably, to connect with this demographic. Upon request, this presentation can be adapted to focus on career choices and the intersectionality between racism and bullying.

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Educators

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach educators ow to connect with and teach BIPOC students effectively by learning proven strategies that counter their unique experiences with racism. Teachers will learn how to employ cultural strategies that range from, but are not limited to, affirmation writing, historical representations and restorative justice.

For Your

College

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach college students about the importance of activism and learning their history in order to maximize their academic and professional potential, in accordance with the Harvard University and University of Pittsburgh study that asserts that Black children who are taught to have racial pride perform better academically. Additionally, Mr. Crim discusses his college pitfalls (academic probation) as a catalyst for promoting academic success and active participation on campus.

For Your Community

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach communities about how he went about obtaining justice in the digital age, using social media and personal advocacy. This presentation is affectionately titled, ‘Social Media Justice.’

For Your

Household

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach parents about the strategies his parents used, as well as the strategies he uses concurrently as a father of three, to raise BIPOC children to be socially and politically aware as a means of avoiding the pitfalls of racism.

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Allies

Mr. Crim uses his personal story of triumph, which is the focal point of his Amazon best-seller ‘Black History Saved My Life: How My Viral Hate Crime led to an Awakening’ to teach allies, or those who strive to be allies, about effective strategies to support the Black (and BIPOC) community and be anti-racist advocates and active stewards of justice. With this perspective, Mr. Crim switches the perspective of his personal story and explains it from the narrative of what white people would have seen and how they could have intervened at different points in his life to be an ally and advocate of justice and equity.

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