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ETHIC GOODS - Morse Code Bracelet | TEACHER: Light Grey & Smoke

ETHIC GOODS - Morse Code Bracelet | TEACHER: Light Grey & Smoke

Regular price $19.00 USD
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TEACHER  To teach is to touch a life forever.  Thank you teachers for making a difference ever day! This bracelet looks great alone or stacked with your other favorite Morse Code or stone stacking bracelets! These are a great gift for Teacher Appreciation week! How to read your jewelry: A Morse Code dot is one bead and a dash is two beads in the alternating color. Start at the small gold spacer bead and follow the Morse Code spelling around the bracelet! Your purchase helps to provide economic empowerment for women who are survivors of human trafficking and exploitation. Each piece is handcrafted by the woman it helps to employ. Through wearing Ethic Goods, you become a meaningful part of her story, and give freedom to women around the world. Details

  • Length - 6.75" | Stretches to 7.5"
  • Handmade with love in Thailand
  • Made with semi-precious stones, hematite, glass beads, and elastic
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    Ethically Made

    Our stance on ethically made comes down to the simplest goal: empower people and stand for what’s right. Any products made outside the US are fair-trade certified and any products made in the global north are made by independent artists and small non profits.

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    Sustainability

    We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainable business practices, whether that’s our Kraft recycled bags or the sustainable practices our vendors follow. We’re doing our best to be good for Mother Earth.

  • Inclusive Community

    Inclusivity is at the core of what we do, whether it’s size, gender, sexual orientation, or race, we are welcoming with open arms. Our store is a safe space for all.

  • Empowering Women

    Women are overlooked in countries in the global south, meaning they are the first to end up in poverty, unless they have a son to take care of them. But giving handouts isn’t what we do, we purchase our goods from women who’ve been empowered to make their own money!