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Wire Pendant Necklaces

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Wire Pendant Necklaces

15.00

These necklaces are made by Mongolian women who have sought safety with Streams in the Desert. Streams provides a chance to overcome a history of abuse, addiction, and sexual exploitation. Each woman also has the chance to gain work experience while taking life skills and financial literacy classes that will help them and their families *remain* free in the future. Each item has the name of the woman who made it and a URL that lets you learn more about her.

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Redeemed: A bit of urban debris smoothed and then wrapped with silver wire and the Mongolian symbol for eternity. The pendant is held on a doubled cord which features a flat 3-part knot. A slide closure completes the necklace and makes it adjustable to many lengths.

Free her, silver: Silver wire is wrapped into script proclaiming "Free her". The pendant hangs on a leather cord and has a slide closure.

Free her, brass: This is the brass version of the Free her necklace.

All: These necklaces do double duty in fighting human trafficking as their original purchase by Knit'n Kitten directly supports women seeking liberty in Mongolia and the profits from your purchase go to support other organizations that fight human trafficking as well.

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