How to Talk to People about Injustice

I was just at the grocery store buying some Honest Tea when the check our gal said she liked that tea because it tastes so good.  I commented, “And it’s Fair Trade Certified which means a lot to me.”  She asked “What do you mean?”  Telling this young lady that slavery still exists and many tea companies have slave labor in their supply chain was like telling a two year old that puppies grow up in to dogs and eventually die.

It’s awkward to talk to people about human trafficking but this article shares ways we can do it.

How to Talk to People about Injustice.

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About nicole5181

I'm thirty (yes I admit it). I'm a single mom working in retail and wanting to find my role in the fight to end modern-day slavery. I'm hopeful that I will.
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