By Iesha Westmoreland
An epic pandemic struck the world by storm earlier this year, with everyone still fighting its wrath. The essential workers of the community are working effortlessly to heal and create some type of normalcy within their community. Restaurant employees that are considered an essential workers have a different dynamic invested in this situation. Continue reading Inside the Concept of Dining Out During COVID-19
By Jannah Bolds
EIC, The Bold Opinion
The Honey Pot Company, a black-woman owned feminine hygiene brand, saw an estimated 50% increase in sales after the launch of Target’s “Founders We Believe In” campaign. Oddly though, the spike in sales didn’t quite come from the advertisement itself, but rather an influx of negative reviews on TrustPilot. The one-star reviews claimed the brand was racist and excluded women of other races.
“The reason why it’s so important for Honey Pot to do so well is so the next black girl that comes up with a great idea, she could have a better opportunity. That means a lot to me,” says CEO Bea Dixon in the Target commercial. Continue reading Digital Boycott Turns Into Dollar Signs for The Honey Pot Company
Written By Jannah Bolds
Editor-In-Chief, The Bold Opinion
As we grow into our adult selves, one day or another you’ll be approached with “the question”. The question that is asked only by those who have them. The question that your grandparents ask you every year at the family reunion. See where I’m going with this?
“When are you going to have kids?”
Continue reading Don’t worry, I can wait.