This year, November 24th is Small Business Saturday. Consider buying at least one Fair Trade gift.
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When you buy Fair Trade you know who picked your produce, who knit your scarf, or who crafted your earrings. You also know that you are empowering someone to have safe and dignified work. This year, consider making at least one of your gifts a Fair Trade one.
In honor of Small Business Saturday, Reegan Hill - the owner of a Fair Trade market in Covington, Kentucky -- has contributed a guest blog post. Click the button above to read more about the positive role small, Fair Trade markets like Hill's can play locally and globally. You will also learn more about the Fair Trade movement itself.
Forms of Abolition:
Forms of Slavery:
Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Child Labor
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