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Find the Perfect Gift for Any Post-Grad Plan

It’s almost summer, which means that graduation season is here. Celebrate the graduates in your life and all of their hard work with a memorable gift. Whether they are graduating high school, college, or grad school, help them them prepare for the next chapter in their life — whatever that might be! For the Future…

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Recognizing World Fair Trade Day

Today, we are proud to recognize World Fair Trade Day and celebrate the key principles behind the fair trade movement. World Fair Trade Day is an inclusive worldwide festival of events that celebrate fair trade and the positive impact it has on the lives of hardworking producers around the world. What does fair trade mean?…

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Mothers at the Market: Seraphine

Photo Courtesy of All Across Africa We had the opportunity to interview Seraphine, an artisan working with All Across Africa, an inspiring artisan group we work with from Rwanda. Seraphine is experienced in basket weaving and has more than 30 years of experience weaving different designs of baskets. To hear from Seraphine, take a look…

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Mothers at the Market: Rinah Laingotiana

Photo by Jenny Rasija of Razafindrabe Collections Rinah Laingotiana is a female artisan working with Razafindrabe Collections, one of the newest artisan groups that we work with at The Little Market. Get to know more about Rinah below! My name is Rinah, and I am 30 years old. I have four children: three girls and a boy. My…

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Mothers at the Market: Miora Clarah

Photo by Jenny Rasija of Razafindrabe Collections Miora Clarah is an artisan working with Razafindrabe Collections, one of our inspiring artisan groups based out of Madagascar. It was a pleasure to learn more about her story and her perspective on motherhood. Take a look at her interview below! My name is Miora Clarah. I am married and have…

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Mothers at the Market: Aimée

Photo by Jenny Rasija of Razafindrabe Collections Aimée is an artisan working with Razafindrabe Collections, one of the newest artisan groups we’ve introduced at The Little Market! We loved getting to learn more about Aimée and her story. Read her interview below! My name is Aimée. I am married and am a mother of two beautiful children: a…

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Mothers at the Market: Yolanda Colgua Morales

Photo Courtesy of Maya Traditions Yolanda Colgua Morales is an artisan working with Maya Traditions, one of the amazing groups we work with in Guatemala. We loved getting to know a little bit more about Yolanda’s story. Read her interview below! What does being a mother mean to you? It is a gift. I am very…

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Mothers at the Market: Angelina Bizarro

Photo Courtesy of Maya Traditions Angelina Bizarro is a talented artisan working with one of the artisan groups we partner with in Guatemala, Maya Traditions. She is a mother to two daughters and three sons. We loved learning more about her work and her views on motherhood. Take a look at her interview below to…

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