Time: May 8, 2010 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Hope Central Church
Street: 85 Seaverns Ave
City/Town: Jamaica Plain
Website or Map: http://www.hopeboston.org
Event Type: fair
Organized By: Neeka Stanley
Latest Activity: May 5, 2010
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Fair Trade Fair
A SERRV marketplace
Fairly traded foods and handicrafts from across the globe
Come buy a gift for Mother's Day, graduations, weddings, baptisms, birthdays!
Start your Christmas Shopping Early!
"Just Desserts" made with fair trade ingredients - yummy!
Free Workshops & entertainment on the half -hour
Featuring music by Bert Marshall at 12:30
Presenations by :
Boston Faith And Justice Network at 10:30
Oikocredit on Fair Finance at 11:30
Not For Sale on ending human traficking and slavery at 1:30
Free Games & activities for all ages all day
Local social justice organizations sharing resources
Free parking & accessible by T (Green Street stop)
This is part of the "Fair Trade Crawl" happening throughout Boston on May 8, sponsored by the Boston Faith and Justice Network. Visit at least 4 of the participating locations and be entered into a Fair Trade Raffle!
What is Fair Trade?
Fair Trade is an alternative trade system that ensures that people along every step of the supply chain receive fair wages and are treated with dignity. Fair Trade also ensure that producers take steps to preserve the environment and that some of the profit is invested back into the community. Buying fair trade products is a way to respect the producers of the food and work towards ending extreme poverty by creating a more just world.
Current Fair Trade Products include coffee, tea, sugar, flowers, sports balls, clothing, handicrafts, vanilla, chocolate, wine, olive oil and fruit.
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