Her Braids - Making an Impact

November 03, 2015 1 Comment

Her Braids - Making an Impact

Our friend, Sunshine Tenasco and co. have just launched Her Braids: A brand new online shop, selling beautiful beaded pendant necklaces while helping to bring fresh, clean drinking water to First Nations communities.

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10% of all profits from Her Braids will go directly toward The David Suzuki Foundation's Blue Dot Movement. Check out the video:

 

The beadwork and designs are gorgeous! Check them all out on their newly launched website by clicking here

 

 





1 Response

Cameo Perrin
Cameo Perrin

June 10, 2016

Hi my name is Cameo, I am a grade 8 student at Wellington public school in aurora, Ontario. I’m doing a project on global inequalities and I decided to do it on the Her Braids organization. I was wondering if you could tell me some mor information on this inspiring movement in addition to my research. I also wanted to ask some critical questions. If not, that’s ok. I just thought about this issue and I’m First Nation too. In my opinion I believe people in Canada should know and learn more about this issue just like am. Thank you so much for your time.

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