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It's More Than A CampaignAs I walked past the coffee prep station at my local coffee shop in Los Angeles, I stared at the colorful packets of sugar with a keen eye, noting the lack of a specific Fair Trade seal, a wave of disappointment runs through me. I am on the hunt to find community organizations that serve Fair Trade products to help Los Angeles become classified as the largest Fair Trade City in the US.
FAIR Talks | DressemberBlythe Hill, the founder of Dressember, was an English major who loved puns and decided to wear a dress every day of December in 2010 to raise mon...
FAIR Talks | The Tote ProjectFree to explore. Free to bloom. Free to soar. Best friends Michelle and Fay focus on a hopeful approach toward fighting human trafficking. They ha...
FAIR Talks | KISHÉ FoodsOn every 12oz bag of Kishé coffee, you’ll find a version of a famous Juan Sisay painting on the label. In true Mayan fashion, the scene holds vibrant colors and depicts a scene of deep tradition. Throughout the generations, coffee farming has been one of Guatemala’s most common industries.