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When you shop our marketplace, you make a difference for women in some of the world's most vulnerable communities. Our handmade items are consciously curated from artisan businesses who share our commitment to create a better world. All of our products are fair trade, survivor made, and support the dreams of women in 20+ different countries.
If you haven't had this coffee from @ooakgoods you are truly missing out. The smoothest coffee I have ever had!@laurareed44
I came home to these beautiful new goodies from @ooakgoods! That bag! Those dish cloths! The quality is incredible!@madconjack
Absolutely obsessed with these perfect earrings from @ooakgoods! Get them before they're gone!
Found amazing goodies at @magpiemarketdays including the cutest market basket! Pip approved and was the star of the show.@kaits.reichmuth
'More love please' pin is giving me all the fall vibes today. We are pretty blessed to have such amazing local shops around here! #shoplocal@boatsmagoats
This fair trade necklace would make a great holiday gift! You should get one too!
Elf on the Shelf has gone away, but RBG is here to stay. Fighting for justice all year long, dissenting in jabots to right the wrongs@amymicheleschmidt
Here's what's going in my stocking! I'm in love with these earrings from @ooakgoods! Their mission is incredible!@themeyerottlife
kantha is the new black
Our partners in Bangladesh and India are no strangers to sustainability and innovation. They have been using their sewing and weaving skills to repurpose traditional fabric for generations by turning discarded saris (traditional Indian dress) into jewelry, blankets, towels, and homegoods.
FROM BULLETS TO BEADS
The Artillery Collection is a collection of jewelry made by women in Ethiopia from pure brass recycled bullet casings. These up-cycled bullet casings are remnants of former war conflicts in Ethiopia. When you purchase a piece from the Artillery Collection, you allow women in Ethiopia to take back the power from something painful, and transform it into something even more powerful - the rediscovery of their own value and worth.