Why Your Vote Matters

Why Your Vote Matters

December 04, 2019 0 Comments

As consumers, we have power and we must use it wisely. United States citizens will purportedly spend $1 trillion this year on Christmas gifts. That is $1 trillion votes cast for the kind of world we want to live in. Let’s vote together for a world that prioritizes People and Planet so we ALL Profit!

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When People + Planet are Priority, We ALL Profit

When People + Planet are Priority, We ALL Profit

November 20, 2019 0 Comments

When we externalize costs, we are asking for both the earth and an overseas labor force to satisfy our demand for cheap goods made quickly. Yobel wants to participate in a world where costs are no longer externalized. The way we do this is by ensuring that the people employed to manufacture our ethical goods are valued fairly, and the planet is not only protected, but improved by the goods we sell!

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How To Style Your Bandits Bandanas

How To Style Your Bandits Bandanas

July 02, 2019 0 Comments

We’ve had so many people ask us how we wear our new Bandits Bandanas, that we decided to do a Staff Style Blog just for you! We’ll show you not just how we wear them, but the easiest way to fold the bandana for your desired look.

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Who Made My Clothes?

Who Made My Clothes?

April 28, 2018 0 Comments

It's fashion revolution week! The products we sell are handmade with intention so every step in the production process is known. Each individual who hand makes each item is treated with respect and paid a fair wage. So when you ask us the question: Who may my jewelry, my scarf, my bag? We can tell you.

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Can Fair Trade Really Impact Poverty?

Can Fair Trade Really Impact Poverty?

July 31, 2017 0 Comments

Despite gains in the quality and popularity of fair trade over the past decade, critics from the economic world are questioning the validity of the movement. In this article, I have collected some of the most valid critiques of the Fair Trade movement, as well as some equally ‘pro’ arguments, in hopes that consumers will continue to engage the important issue of “where my stuff comes from.”

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