Black History Month is ending, but the conversation doesn’t have to! Explore this guide to discover ways to stay engaged this year.
We believe in diversity, inclusion, and racial equality for everyone each and every day of the year. We will bring attention to a different group of individuals inside Bottle Rocket and celebrate and honor their lived experiences.
Along with our friends at Ogilvy, we have compiled a list of books, articles, videos, podcasts and learnings to educate yourself and others in honor of Juneteenth.
Sixty-five companies have signed an open letter calling on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to abandon efforts to target transgender children and their parents.
Shortly after Greg Abbott signed an order attempting to criminalize parents for helping their transgender child access healthcare, a group of Rocketeers met and drafted a trans awareness and support resources.
The "After the Glass Breaks" podcast, hosted by David Harrison, shares the stories of culturally diverse leaders and the ups and downs of their rise up the corporate ladder
We are proud to see continued efforts with Inclusion and Diversity teams at Bottle Rocket as well to provide a safe and equitable work culture.
Juneteenth is a 155-year-old annual celebration of freedom and independence for African Americans in the United States.
In 1865, June 19 marked the end of the Civil War and slavery.
The Dallas business community is committed to work every day in every way to build a more inclusive community.
Bottle Rocket announced it plans to give its 250-person workforce a new holiday this Friday, in honor of Juneteenth.
The Juneteenth Movement: Bottle Rocket Designates June 19 ‘A Company-Wide Day of Reflection, Learning, and Action’
Bottle Rocket has activated a campaign called the Juneteenth Movement to bring together businesses in Dallas to fight racial injustice,
Today, Bottle Rocket made a bold commitment to its employees, the Dallas community and the world by launching what the company is calling the Juneteenth Movement.
Companies are designating this Friday a paid day off. Americans celebrate Juneteenth to remember the end of slavery after the Civil War.
We love the community we are a part of, so we are supporting our local small businsses during the pandemic of COVID-19. Here are some of our favorite tips.