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Join us behind the batik scenes! For the last four years we've collaborated with Edwina and her team in Accra, Ghana to produce all of our wax-stamped batiks, and we're super proud to share this process with you!


Please join us via Zoom on Sunday, April 11th at 1PM EST (10AM PST) for our first bookclub! This month's selection is: We Do This 'Til We Free Us, by Mariame Kaba

Our host this month will be Ruth Nyambura. Ruth is a political ecologist and eco-feminist from Kenya who focuses on the intersections of gender, economy and ecological justice in the Global South. 

The discussion should last about an hour, but feel free to hop in or out! While there's no need to participate actively, here's a page with a list of discussion items to consider. We look forward to seeing you soon!


Born to Cape Verdean parents in Portugal, Nenny wrote and performed her first song at age 10. Her strong, rich sound combines influences of rap, soul, and R & B in a truly original way.





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