Posted on December 1, 2019 by Victoria Tiedemann

Many people struggle with the idea that slave labor exists today. A lot of people may shrug it off in order to fill their consumer wishes. It is hard to imagine that slavery is all around us, including in the items that we use and own daily.

One of the best ways that you can make a difference is by spending ethically and encourage others to do so too! Educate them about some of the sourcing that goes behind products they use.  Not sure some of the information?  Continue to follow our Facebook page, where we post news about such things.  Check out our facts and statistic resources portion of our website.

Want to know the best ethical and Fair Trade companies to shop at?  Find your favorites to support by seeing the huge resource we put together for you!  See the list here!  We will continue to add new companies as we learn about them.  Shop at ease in knowing that you are not adding to the problems of slave labor!

If you came to Justice Rocks 5, you were able to support the end of slavery in a small but big way!  Continue to use your voice to bring an end to human trafficking in all its forms. Thank you!

Justice Rocks went well!  We heard so much positive feedback from those who attended and vendors who sold their products.  Thank you to our co-sponsors NJ Coalition Against Human Trafficking and High Mountain Church.and the band The Cross Revolution Band for playing your music.

We were able to raise $851.84 for New Light Nepal! Thank you to those who donated!

Continue to support the vendors!
Ben & Jerry’s
Bridge of Faith
Wings of Refuge: Haiti Marketplace
Handmade Quilts/Mitla Moda
here there and EVERYwhere
La Caron
Mayamam Weavers
Mud Hen Mama
Trades of Hope
Young Living



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