Vendor and Partner Relations Guidance
Guidance for vendors, entities, and individuals interested in partnerships with Rapebaitandnegrogirls.info
We exist because of the lack of moral character, ethics, skill, equity, and professionalism in the U.S. business world. We believe that it is possible to have strong moral character and ethics in American business and still be profitable. However, today, July 13, 2020 to be exact, this remains virtually nonexistent with few exceptions.
We embody moral character, ethics, skill, professionalism, fun, youth, diversity, multicultural heritage and history, strength, courage, diligence, persistence, resilience, artistry, innovation, faith, integrity, humility, humanity, beauty, grace, and femininity.
We care about student debt, race and gender equality, pay equity, reparations, civil rights, human rights, women’s rights, animal rights, campus assault, race and gender based violence, corruption in government, injustice in U.S. courts, misconduct by law enforcement, cheating on college exams, the African American mortality rate, and the low number of African American women in C-level positions in corporate America. And, we fight like hell to make our world beautiful and equitable.
Morality, equity, integrity, humanity and ethics are not at odds with building and maintaining a successful business practice. Vendors, partners, and employees must embody these core values, and demonstrate a commitment to redress of wrong and unlawful conduct against African Americans and women of color.
Vendors and partners are required to demonstrate a commitment to maintaining and advancing moral and ethical standards of the highest caliber. This standard should be met and long adhered to before an entity or individual contacts us with a partnership request. In certain circumstances, we may agree to be a paid consultant service to bring an entity up to speed.
We do business the ethical way. There is widespread and unredressed persecution of professionals who insist on racial justice, race and gender pay equity, and fairness in promotions, enforcement of company standards, and apportionment of workplace duties. Very few individuals in business have stepped up to curb these abuses in a meaningful or impactful way (those who remain silent, on the sidelines during such abuses would not be a good fit for our entity or initiatives).
Understand who we are, what we stand for, and what our non-negotiables are before you reach out.
Persona non grata: bullies, rapists, racists, liars, cheaters, criminals, human and civil rights violators, abusers, predators, defrauders, and those who aid, abet, encourage, or incite misconduct and criminality; employees, friends, allies, and supporters of New York Law School, Anthony Crowell, Deborah N. Archer, Howard Meyers, Oral Hope, Barbara Graves-Poller, Ella Mae Estrada, David Schoenbrod, Jeffery Becherer, Erika Wood, Stephen Nesbit, Jason Singer, Dorothy McCullough, Venable LLP, Michael Volpe, Emily Tortora, Bond Schoeneck & King, Monica Barrett, and SDNY Magistrate Judge James L. Cott.
All who stand with those who cause harm or a deprivation of civil, human, and women’s rights to women of color and African Americans are not welcome. *Omissions and commissions are equal wrongs: misfeasance, nonfeasance, and malfeasance. Zero tolerance is our standard.
We value, encourage, and support businesses that operate with the highest level of ethical governance and responsible consumerism; a product or service must have a positive impact on society, cannot be another tool to help the rich get richer, and cannot be silent on issues adversely impacting women and people of color. We review corporate documents to determine if an entity truly values diversity and equity. We stand with women and people of color, and we require that our partners fully embody this commitment with affirmative, verifiable, and meaningful action.
We do not work or partner with entities or individuals whose primary objective is to recruit and refer. Be sure to highlight concrete, meaningful, measurable, and verifiable actions that your entity has engaged in to support women and communities of color, as well as its longstanding commitment to race and gender equity (e.g. data about the entity’s highest salaries and leadership team with a breakdown by race and gender is responsive; information about the entity’s statement in support of a race or gender initiative or effort is not). Entities must also show that it hires local professionals within the geographic region of the business. We value businesses that are good community partners.
Your key takeaway should be that we fight for the dignity and wellbeing of communities and women of color who have been most oppressed, misrepresented, and underrepresented by racism, discrimination, and injustice in the United States of America. We are a fighting force for sustainable and ethical change to American business as usual.
We do not condone or encourage racism or discrimination in hiring or business. Our business takes drastic steps to redress the widespread American practice of discrimination against African Americans and women of color in beauty, business, and professions in the United States and across the globe.
An entity that is incapable of providing verifiable and affirmative proof that women and people of color are valued employees within the entity would not be able to partner with any Bella Caveat division.
Be clear, consistent, courteous, detailed, and purposeful in your submission
We know what we want. We communicate our every desire throughout our brand sites and social media. We don’t want to be ‘sold’ a product that we haven’t asked for.
We have instituted a $50.00 USD, non-negotiable, non-refundable, and non-returnable reading fee. Please ensure that your communications, proposals, requests, and pitches are aligned with our policies and brand message. Please read the certification information prior to submitting. Also, please note the $50.00 USD, non-negotiable, non-refundable, and non-returnable reading fee is per each communication, pitch, proposal or request, so please ensure your submission is complete and clear before you certify and submit.
Bella Caveat LLC in one entity with multiple brands, so the policies, values, and ideas expressed on brand sites apply to the whole entity (although you may have a business relationship with only one brand).
Vendors and Partners must demonstrate commitment to and exude moral and ethical leadership in addition to other qualifications to meet our minimum guidelines for consideration. We have no desire to advance mediocre, biased, unethical, or self-centered standards, individuals, or businesses – not even for a substantial fee.
We also have no desire to promote, encourage, incite, aid or abet conduct which is immoral, indecent, harmful, or unlawful. We will not work with entities where sexual misconduct, racism, and discrimination against women and people of color is thriving, unredressed, or where the perpetrators are still supported. We cannot work with companies that overlook and ignore misconduct. We live our values. We require vendors, partners, and employees to adhere to these values.
Our business is built on sound moral principles. We cannot, will not, and do not accommodate vendors or partners that do not demonstrate, practice, and live by clear moral values.
Our partners are subject to routine screening to ensure adherence to values
Best way to reach us
Our prospective launch is October 6, 2020. In the meantime, we are performing essential services. The best (and fastest) way to reach us is in writing.
Bella Caveat now has an Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Group page. We will post periodic Company updates on all mediums of communication when and where applicable.
Expectations | Timeline
Applications and communications go through a vetting and approval process. Submitting your information in writing allows us to begin the vetting process. Be clear, concise, consistent and courteous in your communication, and the appropriate department should be in contact soon. Your submission will not be reviewed until fees are paid in full.
We believe in civil rights, human rights, women’s rights, equity, justice, redress, responsible consumerism, and ethical business practices. We believe women. We support women. Our goal is to protect women.
We thank you for your consideration.
Rape Bait and Negro Girls Team
Individuals and entities that want to partner with us must submit a proposal or request in writing to:
firstname.lastname@example.org and pay a non-refundable, non-returnable 'reading fee' of $50.00 USD to: PayPal.me/BellaCaveatLLC
*Your submission certifies that
1. you have read our guidance to vendors and partners
2. you are not in violation of any of our terms nor do you intend to violate these terms
3. your submission is not frivolous, spam, harassing, fraudulent, threatening or menacing
4. you understand our terms and our desired partnerships
5. you are the individual or entity that you claim to be, and are not acting as an agent, third-party, or other undisclosed actor undeclared to us
6. You understand and agree that no legal liability will result if we do not agree to partner with you
7. your submission does not contain malware, viruses, or other harmful bugs
8. you understand and agree that the fee in non-negotiable, non-refundable, non-returnable