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America is changing. The world is changing.
Are you ready?

We have asset building opportunities
to improve your cultural capital:

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI)
consultancy, workshops, and trainings with an antiracist goal

Serving national corporate, educational, nonprofit, and community organizations, America & MOORE re-envisions diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) learning and training. Developed from research, America & MOORE uses a 3.0 approach to DEI trainings, workshops, and implemented actions.

Founder, Dr. Eddie Moore Jr., explains, “Cultural capital is one of the most essential skills of the 21st century and acquiring it requires practice. Everybody (Ery’body) has worked to do.” He knows how to guide the work to have a positive impact in today's workplace and places of learning. An expert communicator, he appeals to audiences of all ages, backgrounds, and professions. In 1996, he started America & MOORE to provide comprehensive diversity, privilege, and leadership training/workshops. Dr. Moore Jr. is recognized as one of the nation’s top speakers and educators.

Joining him in the work is a team of scholars, educators, and thought leaders, who helps individuals and organizations improve their cultural capital and lead the way in becoming antiracist. Our team has achieved success in academia, business, diversity, leadership, and community service. We are proven, experienced, and action-oriented as we build skill sets and expand mindsets. America is changing, the world is changing, and we get you ready. Are you ready for #MOORE?

Dr. Eddie Moore Jr speaking with arms wide open




Links to Amazon and (connects readers with independent booksellers around the world) have been provided. However, we also encourage you to support your local community by shopping local. Click here to find Black-owned bookstores by state that have online shopping.

Book cover Teaching Beautiful Brilliant Black Girls


A collective call to action for educational justice and fairness for all Black Girls – Beautiful, Brilliant. This book engages willing and knowledgeable educators to disrupt and transform their learning spaces to authentically connect with Black Girls and help them thrive rather than survive.

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Book cover Little E Big Misunderstanding


An inspirational and educational children's book about self-advocacy and courage. Little E finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and cannot get the words out to explain it. How can he clarify The Big Misunderstanding?

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Book cover The Diversity Consultant Cookbook

author & co-editor

Written to advise how to get started in, and develop a career as, diversity consultants. This succinct cookbook provides the guidance to get you going and succeed.The cookbook metaphor reflects the delicate nature of diversity consulting where the little things can make a significant difference in the final outcome.

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Book cover Guide for White Women Who Teach Black Boys


This guide––that brings together research, activities, personal stories, and video interviews––is a much needed resource written specifically for White female educators. It provides insight to help them understand, respect, and connect with all of their students. 

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Book cover Everyday White People Confront Racial and Social Injustice


While we are all familiar with the lives of prominent Black civil rights leaders, few of us can name the White activists who joined the struggle against discrimination. This book fills that gap by vividly presenting – in their own words – the personal stories, experiences and reflections of fifteen prominent White anti-racists.

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“Dr. Eddie Moore is a man of action, and he comes in peace. Matters of race and equality can stir uncomfortable emotions in any setting. Start talking about these challenging community issues with a room full of cops...WATCH OUT! I recently attended a seminar Dr. Moore presented for Iowa law enforcement executives. Dr. Moore did an outstanding job of providing valuable information but also directing an important discussion. Dr. Moore often says that when it comes to issues of diversity in America, 'We all have work to do.' He includes himself in that statement and does a fantastic job of creating a learning environment which allows everyone in the room to self evaluate and learn. I have served as a peace officer for nearly 23 years. This was the best diversity seminar I have ever attended. Dr. Moore is the real deal and is committed to intelligent and honest dialogue.”

–– Michael W. Tupper, Chief of Police, Marshalltown Police Department, Iowa (retired)



“There is no judgement in this book. There is simply a clear scientific and social case—along with concrete instruction—for how education allies at the classroom, school, and system levels can effectively serve our children of color.”

–– Brittany Packnett Cunningham, Vice President, National Community Alliances Teach For America

& Paul Keys Senior Vice President, Regional Operations Teach For America

"This book will change you. Weaving together voices of multiple authors, both Black and White, chapters offer poignant personal stories, current research, and well-chosen activities. Every chapter invites White women to do the needed work that will enable us to support healthy development of our Black male students. Few books take on such urgent work with so much care and proactive optimism.”

–– Christine E. Sleeter, Professor Emerita, California State University, Monterey Bay


“Dr. Eddie Moore Jr. is a masterful communicator on the complex range of human existence particularly in matters relating to race, language, culture, history and human rights. He is incredibly knowledgeable, always currently informed and has a unique ability to open the minds of his listeners. I was privileged to attend his four-hour presentation to a national organization of lawyers and judges. He earned laudatory evaluations from all who heard him.”

— Charles Z. Smith, Washington Supreme Court Justice (retired)




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