Slave Free Shopping 2016-07-07T17:59:54+00:00

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Ever wonder who makes the items you purchase?  From food to clothing, electronics and jewelry many items are created by people just like you and me barely earning a living wage and in the worst cases, enslaved to produce the items we consume.  As one of the largest consumer countries in the world, our buying dollars have the power to either feed the blackmarket business of human trafficking or decrease it by demanding to know who makes the items we are buying and how are they treated.  Labor slavery is the largest form of human trafficking today, so let’s use our purchasing power to say NO to Modern Slavery.  Below are brands we LOVE, they not only care about you the consumer but they care about who makes the product along with the Earth’s resources used to create the wonderful objects that enrich our lives.

Combination of Everything

Global Girlfriend
Handmade Expressions
My Fair Trade Lady
Patagonia
Raven & Lily
Stella McCartney
Starson Blue
Ten Thousand Villages
Tilonia

Clothing

American Apparel
Brandy Melville
Eileen Fisher *upcycle shop
Fashion Project
Fashion Project
Good and Fair Clothing Co
Hand Crafting Justice
Indigenouse
JC Denim Co.
Krochet Kids
Master & Muse
Moxie Jean
People Tree
Shop Ethica
Wear PACT

Lotions/Soaps

Alaffia
Au Naturale
Bambu Earth
Leap Organics
LOLI Beauty
Lush
One Love Organics
Thistle Farms
Verita Skin
Zambian Soap

Bags & Purses

Clare V
Freedom of Animals
Malia Designs
Nomi Network
Teespoonboutique

Jewelry

Jimani
Khmer Creations
Made By Survivors
Noonday
One Beautiful Life
Quazi Design
Popinjay
Red Earth
Senhoa
Shlomit Ofir
Simply Fair

Shoes

Namaste NYC
Rainbow Sandals
The Root Collective
Sole Rebels
Swedish Hasbeens
Teysha
TOMS
Verao

Coffee

VOZ Vega Coffee

 

Food Stores

Greenpeople

 

 

**An easy way to find new ethical brands is to research instagram posts under sustainable fashion, ethical fashion, upcycle.