March 1st is unofficially National Wedding Planning Day! If you are getting married - or planning a wedding - consider making it ethically sourced.
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March 1st is unofficially National Wedding Planning Day in the US. If you're getting married, or planning a wedding, consider one featuring fair trade gowns, dresses, and flowers. If you're not sure where to start End Slavery Now has a Pinterest board devoted to helping people get Ethically Wed!
There are also companies such as Celia Grace and Polished Pearl who specialize in fair trade wedding pieces. Wedding planning - let alone fair trade wedding planning - isn't easy, but these resources should help you create a memorable event that is kind to both the environment and the people who help you make it happen. You might even find dresses the bridesmaids don't hate!
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Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor
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