Prints by Edisa
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My love for geometrics, numbers and art as well as my Ugandan heritage inspire Prints By Edisa designed with Excel. The concept is a “simple hint” of print on everyday wear.

The online shop is switched up every 3 months with new products ranging from apparel to home goods.

(720) 917-5324
Address: 15037 E Colfax Ave, Unit D, Aurora Colorado
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Rosma Designs African Arts & Crafts is a privately held company in Aurora, CO and is a Single Location business.
Categorized under Crafts. Our records show it was established in 2008 and incorporated in Colorado.

(720) 620-3236
Sambah Naturals
Address: 777 Broadway Boulder CO
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Sambah Naturals, Inc is a Fair Trade company partnering with over 1,200 small-scale subsistence farmers to produce high quality consumer products for consumers in developing countries through Organic and Regenerative farming techniques as well as sustainable and regenerative wild harvesting in the ecologically sensitive Miombo forests of Zambia.

Ten Thousand Villages
Address: 113 Linden St, Fort Collins, CO
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Ten Thousand Villages is more than a store. We’re a global maker‑to‑market movement. We’re a way for you to shop with intention for ethically-sourced wares — and to share in the joy of connecting with makers in ten thousand villages.

As a pioneer of fair trade, we do business differently, putting people and planet first. That means you can trust that every handmade purchase you make from us directly impacts the life and community of its maker in a developing country.
We create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term, fair trading relationships.

(970) 224-9501
Totonga Bomoi
Address: P.O. Box 18667 Denver Colorado
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Our cooperative began with a simple request. While volunteering in Congo, my good friend Mama Aroyo asked for help generating income to build a home for her family. Recognizing her talents as a seamstress, I requested that she make 25 African handbags that I could sell to family and friends in the U.S. Soon after, other women in the village expressed interest in joining our project. We weren’t sure what our business model would look like, but what I did know is that my year spent as a volunteer in Africa changed my life. As I encountered suffering and tragedy, I also grew in fellowship with the local community. A day never goes by when I am not inspired by the creativity and resilience of our artisans.

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(720) 238-0965
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