Justine Wiggins, who’s also in the army reserves and works for a professional organizer, runs Worthy + Badass. The company offers jewelry, key chains, and other accessories. Pre-pandemic she set up shop at pop-ups and other events, but since large-scale gatherings have been canceled, she’s focused on her online presence.
Beyond jewelry, Wiggins also hopes to create a community around W+B.
“It’s a place for women to feel comfortable and whole,” Wiggins says. “I love walking through hard times with people and connecting them to whatever resources they may need.”
How to help: Buy products online. For now they’re sold out, but look for buttons that say “I can’t breath” coming soon. Supporting other Black-owned businesses is also important, she says.
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