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Forai – Creating Jobs for Refugee & Immigrant Women

HumanKind is working with a new company! Let us introduce to you Forai, or Friends Of Refugees and Immigrants. A┬ábit different from most of our other vendors, who work with artisans in the developing world, Forai is based in St. Louis, Missouri, and works with refugees and immigrants who have moved to the U.S. Read more…

Creating Hope from Legacies of Violence: Jewelry made from War Scrap

What do all of these pieces of jewelry have in common? They are all made from ammunition scrap leftover from war, transforming violent intentions into symbols of peace.

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Empowering Women on International Women’s Day

On 28, Feb 2017 | In Artisans, Events, Fair Trade News, Human Rights, HumanKind News, HumanKind Vendors | By HumanKind Fair Trade

In honor of International Women’s Day, we are asking you to join us on Wednesday, March 8th to contribute to our efforts to create new opportunities for women, both locally and internationally. You already know that purchasing at HumanKind supports women artisans in developing countries. On March 8, 100% of our profits that day will be donated to the Women’s Legacy Fund, a fund of The Community Foundation San Luis Obispo County.

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In Artisans
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Human Rights

By LynAnne Wiest

Fair Trade: A Movement for All

On 20, Feb 2017 | In Artisans, Fair Trade News, Human Rights | By LynAnne Wiest

True fair trade is about mutually beneficial relationships rooted in trust and respect spanning geographic and cultural boundaries.

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HumanKind Vendors

By LynAnne Wiest

A Journey Through India: You Are Invited To An Indian Dinner on May 20

On 06, May 2016 | In Events, Fair Trade News, HumanKind Vendors, Travel | By LynAnne Wiest

Come hear LynAnne share her story of India, spend a night eating Indian food and supporting Matr Boomie.

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