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Here are some of the groups that this movie does promote:
Working with over 100 artisan groups in more than 30 countries in
Africa, Asia and Latin America to bring you fair trade jewelry,
home decor, gifts and more.
Beautiful jewelry and fabulous accessories, from scarves and slippers
to bags and bracelets. And you can feel good wearing all our items,
knowing that your purchases support artisans around the world.\
implementing the principles of socially and economically
responsible business according to Fair Trade Criteria. So you can shop knowing that the products you choose are sweatshop free.
Harnessing economic power—the strength of consumers, investors, businesses, and the marketplace—to create a socially just and environmentally sustainable society.
Ending sweatshop exploitation by inspiring responsible local
purchasing and fostering solidarity between U.S. communities and workers worldwide.
The Sierra Club, inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet.
Natural Resource Defense Council works on a broad range of issues as we pursue our mission
to safeguard the Earth; its people, its plants andanimals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
HomeGrownMarket.com is the place to buy and sell all things
handmade in America. Support the artists, designers and crafters who are the backbone of our country!
United Students Against Sweatshops is an international student movement of campuses and individual students fighting for sweatshop-free labor conditions and workers’ rights at home and abroad.
We believe that university standards should be brought in line with those of its students.
Campaign For A Commercial-Free Childhood
A national coalition of health care professionals, educators, advocacy groups and concerned parents who counter the harmful effects of marketing to children through action, advocacy, education, research, and collaboration.