For over six decades, family-owned Twin City Janitor has offered quality janitorial supplies to educational, industrial, business, manufacturing and healthcare facilities. Demonstrating the depth of stereotypes, a study where participants were asked the race of computerized faces, showed that business attire was associated with White faces, whereas faces with janitor attire were more likely to be seen as Black. Close to 68% of janitors are male and most are White (74%). The incidence rate of injuries and illnesses to janitors and cleaners in local government increased in 2015, placing janitors at the top. Many of these accidents are caused by trips, slips, and falls or coming into contact with hazardous substances. In addition to livable wages, designers can advocate for green buildings that support social equity for janitorial work, partnering with organizations such as Dream Corps – Green for All.