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August 2010
First ever Fair Trade Judaica Fair!
FTJ is excited to invite you to a unique event in the San Francisco Bay Area. We will be hosting the first ever Fair Trade Judaica Fair on Sunday, October 17 from 2:00 - 5:00 pm at the East Bay JCC in Berkeley. Admission is free!
Ten fair trade producers/wholesalers will be selling over 40 products including menorahs, kippot, tallitot, decorative banners, and gift items! Fair trade coffee, tea and snacks will also be available.
You can find more information on our web site. If you’re interested in helping with planning or volunteering, please contact info@fairtradejudaica.org.
Please spread the word, and we look forward to seeing you there!
Celebrate a Fair Trade Rosh Hashanah
Rosh Hashanah is coming early this year (September 8th), and there are many “fair trade” ways to celebrate the New Year!
Add sweetness to your New Year with Wholesome Sweetener’s Organic Raw and Amber honeys. The honey comes from fair trade cooperatives in Mexico, so the farmers also get a “sweet” and fair wage. Wholesome Sweeteners’ honeys are available in a variety of stores; to find a store near you, go to their website: Wholesome Sweeteners: Store Locator. Fair Trade Judaica - Organic Honey
Fair Trade Judaica - Bookmark and card Send fair trade Rosh Hashana cards!
Mayan Hands has beautiful cards including woven book marks. Loved ones will receive your greetings and have a beautiful handwoven Star of David bookmark to keep as a gift! The cloth is made by women in a fair trade cooperative in Guatemala.
Global Goods Partners has beautiful wire and bead decorated cards. This traditional blue and white stationery, embellished with paper cutouts and featuring a Star of David sculpted from beaded wire, is refined and tasteful. Fair Trade Judaica - Wire and bead card
NEW Fair Trade Rainbow Tallit Available
Fair Trade Judaica - rainbow tallit Fair Trade Judaica worked closely with Maya Works staff to design this brand new rainbow tallit, available in small and large sizes. The tallit is 100% cotton, and handwoven by Lila and other weavers in Tzanjuyu, Comalapa, Guatemala. For more information and to purchase it, go to Maya Works: Order Products.
Photo of Kippot Weavers Honored in New
Fair Trade Calendar
The 2011 fair trade calendar includes a photo of Mayan women from San Marcos La Laguna, on the shores of Lake Atitlan, Guatemala crocheting Maya Work’s beautiful kippot! You can purchase a 2011 Fair Trade calendar through the Fair Trade Resource Network’s on-line store: Fair Trade Resource Network: Documents for sale Fair Trade Judaica - Mayan women from San Marcos La Laguna
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