In White Suburbia, the Fair Trade Movement is an Entryway to Social Justice Movements

As a white kid growing up in upper middle class Florida suburbs, my world, culturally speaking, was quite small.

There was one Jewish kid in classes with me and very few people of color. Partly due to Florida’s abysmal public education program, kids of different races were often grouped into different “tracks,” and thus…

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I write on ethics, theology, sustainable fashion, and the thrift shop economy on stylewise-blog.com.

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Leah Wise

I write on ethics, theology, sustainable fashion, and the thrift shop economy on stylewise-blog.com.