50 years of fair trade

50 years of fair trade

There are 1 comment on the Evening Sun story from Nov 9, 2010, titled 50 years of fair trade. In it, Evening Sun reports that:

In 1960, Joyce Shutt and her mother, Ruth Musselman, started a small church sale at the Fairfield Mennonite Church that featured crafts handmade by artisans living in third-world countries.

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Smith and Jones

Gettysburg, PA

#1 Nov 9, 2010
Thank you for an interesting, inspiring article - and letting us know that this is going on right now!! Too often I seem to read about such events after the fact.

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