The Dirty Dozen List And Why It Matters
Every year, Endsexualexploitation.org puts out something called The Dirty Dozen List. This list contains the twelve names of mainstream companies, brands, and organizations who are the top 12 contributors to sexual exploitation in America! The purpose of The Dirty Dozen List is to put the spotlight on people who are fueling the sexual exploitation industry. For some, this may be a wake-up call to brands that they have been supporting and buying from regularly.
Support Adoptive Families and Artisans with Noonday Collection
Before you go to put on your necklace, bracelet, or maybe a pair of earrings today, think about where those pieces came from. Not only where they were made, but the people who made them. While you were merely seeking out a beautiful piece of jewelry to accessorize your outfit, the designer may have been trying to make ends meet. They may have been forced into unfair labor practices or even forced against their will to make the jewelry that you could be wearing. This might sound pretty powerful, but many workers are worked long hours and for extremely low pay just to produce a piece of jewelry. Luckily, you…
Brands to Buy From to Help Fight Against Human Trafficking
Over 800,000 people are human trafficked across international borders every year! Of those, 80 percent are women and children. Human trafficking is a major problem in nearly every country, and many organizations and brands have decided to take a stand to help. By supporting the victims, spreading awareness and education, and creating jobs for human trafficked survivors, you can make a difference. Here are some of the best brands to buy from to help fight against human trafficking. Elegantees Elegantees is a shop that focuses on tees. Each piece of clothing is made by human trafficking survivors in Nepal. Uncvrd Jewelry Not only does Uncvrd create beautiful pieces of jewelry,…
10 Fashion Brands with a Cause that You Need to Know About
The average family will spend nearly $3,000 each year on clothes, and for the fashionistas of the world, it might be quite a bit more than that! With so many different places to shop, it can start to get a little overwhelming. Instead of heading to your local Target or looking around your local department store, consider these alternatives instead! These fashion brands all have amazing causes that they support, and purchases here can change someone else’s life! Here are 10 fashion brands with a cause that you need to know about. Láro Láro leverages fashion to help educate and empower consumers to help them bring an end to human…