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For Fair Trader’s that love Putumayo music this song is featured on their African Blues cd!
This classic recorded in 1975 by Harold & the Blue Notes, just after the end of the Vietnam War, is still poignant today as it was then! Enjoy this 2010 version by John Legend and The Roots, featuring Melanie Fiona and rapper Common. Legend and Common are both well known for activism work in poverty, HIV/AIDs awareness, malaria, Haiti and so much more!
Ancient symbols of love and beauty, roses can also be symbols of hope for women farm workers! Before the last petal falls from your Valentine’s rose, here’s an interesting article that tells the real story.
Everyone loves chocolates. We consume more than 3 million tons a year. Many holidays throughout the year provide a spike in sales of the delicious treat, including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Halloween and Christmas. Most, however, don’t consider the fact that 200,000 children in West Africa work under forced labor conditions on cocoa farms to help produce those chocolates we enjoy, according to the United Nation’s Children’s Fund.
MTV Exit have created this video to promote their campaign against human trafficking, which features MK Ultra as the soundtrack.
Oxfam has a new “fashion” collection and you just might be surprised by what’s on offer!
Fair Trade UK rapping bananas. enjoy!
Few people have made the kind of lasting, universal impact that Bob Marley has made with his music. In his short 36 years, Marley managed not only to introduce hundreds of millions to reggae but also spread powerful messages of peace, love, human rights and acceptance.
Philomena Mashaka talks about fair trade
Interview with Jackie DeCarlo of CRS on goals, hopes and purpose of conference.