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The Kindred Movement
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The Kindred Movement's Featured Items of the Week:
JUNE HOPE MAIL
– Who do you know who would love a beautiful package filled with hope in their mailbox? This exclusive June Hope Mail package makes a great gift for any occasion! Why not treat yourself to a little inspiration? Enjoy free shipping on this June Hope Mail package that includes our Maia Earrings from the Philippines, Daisy Mini Journal from India, and a dainty Daisy Sticker mailed in a stylish Fashion as a Force for Good Envelope.
-This genuine leather Journey Backpack is handcrafted by Artisans in India who wash, tumble, and vegetable-tan the leather to create a vintage well-loved look and feel. With its versatile, unisex, hands-free design, varying neutral shades of weathered cognac brown, and double-stitched reinforced construction, this backpack is a must-have fair-trade “carry-all” for anyone!
– This classic gold-tone Serafina Necklace from East Asia will add an elegant touch of feminine style to your wardrobe with its delicate gold-tone chain and oval genuine amazonite stone that’s beautifully set in a four-prong frame. Customize your length with the adjustable extension chain on the back featuring an easy-clasp closure. Every purchase provides safe jobs with fair wages for women rescued from brothels in East Asia.
– These elegant eco-friendly earrings feature ethically sourced, sustainable, capiz shells that local families harvest from the bottom of the sea surrounding the Philippine islands. Artisans handcraft these natural capiz shells into blue ombré teardrop shapes and then wrap them in silver-tone metal frames before adding silver-tone fishhook ear wires. Every purchase provides safe jobs with fair wages for women in areas of extreme poverty in the Philippines.