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WHAT WE CAN LEARN ABOUT FREEDOM FROM GOMER THE SEX SLAVE As a 21st Century Abolitionist, who is also a Christian Believer, I notice things in the Bible that I had never seen before I had learned about modern slavery. … Continue reading →
St. Patrick knew all about human trafficking.
Chocolate and Children Who here likes chocolate? Anyone? Yes, you, I see that hand. You’re starting to drool a little just thinking about chocolate right now aren’t you? Well I like chocolate too — big surprise! But I’m not so … Continue reading →
Happy Independence Day! As we celebrate our freedom, let us work to extend that freedom to the slaves of today. As you watch this video and listen to a voice from slavery of the past, think about what the … Continue reading →
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 … Continue reading →
I told myself to leave, just move on, but my feet stood glued to the floor surrounded by bright colored, super cute, low priced baby clothes that I NEEDED and really wanted to buy. The problem was, I was in … Continue reading →
Hopefully this news article is right! Some Retailers Say More About Their Clothing’s Origins.
FAIR TRADE PLEDGE “I pledge to consume responsibly. I recognize that as a consumer, my buying power matters. I understand that each product I purchase plays a role in a larger narrative, affecting the life of an individual. Because of … Continue reading →
How do I shop like an abolitionist? The first stop on my journey to answer the question, how do I shop like an abolitionist, is to visit Free2Work’s website and learn more about the brands I frequently buy. Free2Work investigates … Continue reading →
SHOP WELL In my previous post: How to be a 21st Century Abolitionist, one of the steps I shared was to SHOP WELL — Using our purchase power to support fair-trade items and companies. This is a step that I admit … Continue reading →