Shifting people from
the mindset of
"listening and learning"
to creating change.
“Qy’Darrius is an outstanding speaker that provides great insight into the issues of power, privilege, and how to identify microaggressions. He affirmatively engages his audience and provides a positive environment to address challenging and difficult conversations. Q has a charismatic presentation style that creates an environment which offers participants the space to freely ask questions and challenge their thought processes and learned behaviors.”
Assistant Dean of Students, Texas State University
Sneakers, Social Justice, Hip-Hop, & Hot Lemon Pepper Wings.
These are just a few things that make Q who he is.
Qy’Darrius Z. McEachern is a Black, able-bodied, cisgender man from a low-income background who has committed himself to researching & educating folks on the systemic oppressions impacting us every single day through an antiracist lens.
He earned his Bachelors’ degree in Psychology with minors in Social and Economic Justice and Education from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and attended Texas State University to earn his Master’s degree in Higher Education. He is also a PROUD member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated.
Two years ago he took the leap and founded McEachernSpeaks, a social justice + antiracism education firm founded to support organizations and offices in an effort to create equitable spaces and innovate justice for marginalized people.
His audiences will feel positively uncomfortable during speaking engagements/consultations, as he believes that this is a learning feeling that drives growth + change. In addition, audiences will feel empowered + educated, as a means of creating sustainable change within their organization leading to higher retention and better organizational morale overall.
He aims to move people from “listening & learning” to ACTION & CHANGE.
“It’s about time that we start taking action and really creating change in the spaces that we have power and in the spaces that we occupy.”
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