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Millennial Evangelicals and the Fair Trade Movement

Millennial Evangelicals and the Fair Trade Movement Published in 2015 For fair trade activists, this is the busy season. On April 24, people and organizations across the globe asked retailers, “Who made my clothes?” wearing their garments inside out to expose the tags and sharing their photos on social media. It was the second annual …

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Justice Conference 2015 Recap: Part 2

Justice Conference 2015 Recap The title’s a reference to Sufjan Stevens’ Chicago, which is a pretty perfect summary of my Justice Conference experience. Read Part 1 of my Justice Conference recap here. Racial Reconciliation Pre-Conference, afternoon sessions About a dozen of us were seated in a circle in a small classroom waiting for the first afternoon class …

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Justice Conference 2015 Recap: Part 1

Justice Conference 2015 Recap: Part 1 A whirlwind Thursday… I put off writing about my experience at the Justice Conference in Chicago last weekend, at first, because I was physically exhausted and didn’t think I could go back over my notes and reflect appropriately without getting overwhelmed. Instead, I went out to the mountains twice …

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How Religion Shapes my Fair Trade Journey

  Style Wise has always been about building a community of people centered around a common goal of buying and living more ethically. Because of that, it’s never been a priority to share the more intimate inner workings of my values system. And, more than that, it’s kind of terrifying. My blogger friend, Hoda, recently …

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