Designer’s Fight for Equality and Healthier Living

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Robin Wilson is an author, eco-warrior, business leader and someone on the front line of fighting racial and gender discrimination. Her story is pretty eye-opening.

She’s a Black woman who created her own custom cabinetry line, with more than 400 dealers nationwide carrying her products, yet she still could not get financing, despite the fact the line generated a quarter billion dollars worth of retail sales.

She talks to Growing Bolder about her struggles and journey selling her Robin Wilson Home line, a hypoallergenic line of cabinetry and furniture, and offers inspiration for never giving up on yourself.

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