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This is a comic book with a decent history and background of Fair Trade and how it works. It gives a different perspective on the origins and direction of Fair Trade as a movement heading toward its future. This resource was provided by Equal Exchange.
All day there will be a Fair Trade Bake Sale in the Galleria area @ Laurel School. We will provide baked items using Fair Trade items; sell Equal Exchange Coffee and a few other Fair Trade Surprises.
Laurel School purchases Farmer Brothers French Roast and serves in the Faculty rooms, admissions office, parent and community events and offered to students in cafeteria Sustainability Standards and Product Certifications
Severine first became passionate about Fair Trade while attending Manhattan College where she was a member of the Fair Trade committee. At the same time, she participated in a student run Fair Trade store on campus and worked for RUNA, a Fair Trade tea company. Severine pursued her work with RUNA in NYC, where she […]
The presentation about fair trade initiatives and campaigns will be presented to a class of 24 people led by Dr. Sherry Holladay of the Department of Communication at Texas A&M University.