Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Giveaway - Sari Bari scarf


This week I am giving away a beautiful Sari Bari scarf to support the employment of women who have been set free from the horrors of s-x trafficking. 


Answer this question in the comment section below by Friday (2/3/12) at noon central standard time (U.S.) to register:


Why do you like wearing scarves?


OR


What do you like to wear them with?

Sari Bari Scarves


More about Sari Bari:
Sari Bari makes and sells beautiful, handmade, vintage sari products but it's more than that. The heart of Sari Bari is its women survivors of Kolkata's red light areas who have taken brave steps into new life, freedom and hope.
Each Sari Bari product is marked with the name of the woman who made it and with your purchase you become a part of her freedom story.

Sari Bari is a safe place of employment where women who have been exploited in the s-x trade or who are vulnerable to trafficking can experience a new life in the making.

The name "Sari Bari" comes from two symbols. A sari is the traditional clothing worn by women in India. In India, a sari represents the essence of womanhood. The word bari means "house" or "home" in the Bengali language.