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Introducing: Sudara Loungewear

On 01, Feb 2018 | In Artisans, Fair Trade Fashion, Fair Trade Products, Human Rights, HumanKind News | By LynAnne Wiest

What if we told you that you can make an impact in the lives of women in need on the other side of the world? What if we told you that you can play a part in fighting human trafficking? What if it was as simple as purchasing a pair of pants? Well, we have good news: a new pair of pants can make that difference.

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Keeping it Cozy with Alpaca Knits

Have you experienced the coziness of our alpaca knit accessories? Whether you are bundling up to head to Thursday Night Farmer’s Market, or keeping your ears warm on a day at the beach, alpaca is the best choice for keeping the chill away.

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In Artisans
Human Rights
HumanKind Vendors

By LynAnne Wiest

Empowering Women Cocoa Farmers in Ghana

On 16, Oct 2017 | In Artisans, Human Rights, HumanKind Vendors | By LynAnne Wiest

Cocoa farming in Africa has largely been considered men’s work, despite the contribution of women in the process. Our chocolate supplier, Divine, is working to give women equal opportunities and  income in chocolate the farming community.

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The Moon Bag: A Product Review

On 30, Sep 2017 | In Fair Trade Fashion, Fair Trade Products, Product Review, San Luis Obispo, Travel | By LynAnne Wiest

Once you turn 30, it is time to be a grown-up woman and buy a real purse. At least, that is what I have been told. I crossed the 30-year milestone this summer, and the universe was telling me it was time to retire that freebie tote bag I had been using to haul my stuff for the past few years. My friends told me it was looking shabby, but I said it was simply “well loved.” In spite of my resistance, I knew they were right.

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In Artisans

By Jenny

Artisan Spotlight: Manos Zapotecas Weaver Lupita Lazo

On 29, Sep 2017 | In Artisans | By Jenny

Fair trade is about developing transparent and accountable relationships with artisan producers. This means that, if problems arise, fair trade companies work with their artisans and other organizations when necessary to find suitable solutions. Manos Zapotecas is an excellent example of a company that was built on the sentiment that commerce can and should change artisans lives for the better. Manos Zapotecas has demonstrated that they not only talk the talk, but they walk the walk, too. Here is the story of one of their long-time weavers, Lupita Lazo.

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