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dateJuly 10, 2016 userPosted by:

Buttons & Sparkles

July’s Earring of the Month are gorgeous and very colorful! They are cute little button studs made from women in Mozambique. The artisan group you can help support is Kurandza. Check out this amazing metallic Bracelet of the Month for July! Learn more about India and their artisan group Purpose!

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dateJuly 1, 2016 userPosted by:

Summer’s Must-Haves

July’s Main Box Item #1 Delicate and Dainty Zuri Necklace made in Kenya by the women of Back to Africa, Retail price is $30.This necklace provided jobs for pottery artisans and paper bead artisans July’s Item #2 Trendy Handmade Wallet with stitched embellishment by Three Cords in Haiti, Retails fro $18. This wallet provided jobs

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dateJune 28, 2016 userPosted by:

A Sparkling Summer

Our Earring of the Month for June is a gorgeous brass double coined earring from North India! Learn more about these artisans at Village Artisan June Bracelet of the Month is a brass and copper chevron styled bracelet that helps women in Bangladesh support their families. Basha

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dateJune 6, 2016 userPosted by:

Our June Fair Trade Friday Box Will Rock Your Summer

Our June Box is a favorite! If you missed out on it, check out our store. Item #1 Reversible Fun Burlap Summer Pool, Beach or All Purpose Bag made in Ethiopia by the women of Carry 117, Retails for $28 Alem from Ethiopia and her friends have been cutting and sewing your burlap pool bags

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dateMay 24, 2016 userPosted by:

Empowering Women in Zambia

Fair Trade Friday is proud to support beautiful women in Zambia with work. This month we featured Clothed In Hope in two of our clubs. So if you’re a Bracelet and Earring of the Month member then you got a matching set. “I feel very happy and blessed to have customers from America who want

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dateApril 7, 2016 userPosted by:

Fair Trade Friday Means Hope

This post first appeared on Kristen Welch’s blog after she visited a Fair Trade Friday group in Kenya. On my last day in Kenya, I knew where I had to spend it. It was the only place I could end this emotionally draining trip. Sometimes it’s hard to find hope in an ocean of despair. But when

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