'Stop Traffick Fashion' Supports Artisans Through Income and Resources

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Jan 27, 2012 • References: stoptraffickfashion
Stop Traffick Fashion is online marketplace selling apparel to support women who have been subjected to human trafficking. This includes everything from modern day slavery to prostitution, and the money generated helps them not only earn income, but gain access to resources to help them regain independence.

"Survivors who have been rescued from their captors make almost all of our accessories and receive income from STF sales," the site explains. "In addition, a portion of all sales revenue is donated back to our partner organizations that rescue victims and provide rehabilitation and training."

The items available through Stop Traffick Fashion include apparel that ranges from t-shirts and cozy knits to a fun accessory line with sayings like "Buy Her Bag, Not Her Body," as well as bath and body products.

Stop Traffick Fashion was founded by Emily Hill in 2009 in Cincinnati to help support those who have escaped human trafficking, and raise awareness for the 27 million people held as slaves worldwide. In addition to their online shop, they also have a section that includes stories from the courageous artisans, including those working with brands like 31bits, Freeset, Made by Survivors, Thistle Farms, Nomi Network, STOPStart Hagar and Wonderfully Made.

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