Friday, 23 November 2012


I will be selling stuff here with the Purple Thistle Centre!
canned apple butter, apple chutney, carrot cranberry sauce, raw sauerkraut and more!

Crafts for a Cause: Rhizome Cafe's5th Annual Craft Fair to Support Social Justice Struggles
Saturday December 1st, 6-10pm
Rhizome Café, 317 East Broadway, Vancouver, Coast Salish Territories
pottery - soap - letterpress - textiles - posters - clothing - herbal teas & salves - knitting tshirts- paintings- buttons - fair trade coffee - handmade toys - photography - seeds - cards - canning ...
including: no one is illegal * environmental youth alliance * rising tide * fierce green creations * la mano - ethical textiles * sam bradd designs * purple thistle * just jingo * compassion club * cafe justicia * favianna rodriguez * justpotters * claudia segovia * artists against artists * coinspire collective * more...
Free swag bags to first 15 people
$2 entrance fee (no-one turned away)
Partial proceeds from artists' sales are distributed to participating organizations
Food & drink available for purchase.
Fully licenced.


Come shop for holiday gifts while supporting migrant rights, youth empowerment, climate justice and more! Peruse socially conscious crafts by local artists, and items created by local organizations to support their social justice work. Rhizome's delicious food and drink will be available for purchase throughout the evening. 
Participating artists and organizations include:No One is Illegal:
The Purple Thistle:
Environmental Youth Alliance:
Rising Tide:
Compassion Club Wellness Centre: 
Fair Trade Coffee from Cafe Justicia:
la mano - ethical textiles:
Silkscreening & Linocuts by the Co!nspire Collective: 
Wood Veneer Prints by Artists Against Artists:
Prints & Calendars by Favianna Rodriguez:
Rhizome Cafe T-Shirts and Buttons:
Letterpress by Sam Bradd Designs:
Photos & block prints by fierce green creations:
One of a Kind Toys from Claudia Segovia:
and Just Jingo Body Botanicals:

jennifer faith boundy, ma
la mano - ethical textiles

la mano is:
- supporting the economic autonomy of women and indigenous peoples -
- assisting in the preservation of culture and traditional livelihoods -
- contributing to local community economic development -
- increasing the viability of small scale production -
- ensuring that artisans are paid a fair price for their work -
- supporting communities to maintain a stronghold on their land and on their identities -

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