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A #magnifeco update: The UNIFORM Project, each purchase helps a kid. #Ethicalfashion for the #ethicalman

What if you could buy affordable, stylish menswear, they were made in fair-trade conditions and provided jobs to working mothers in Africa, and, what if the impact of your purchase also helped children go to school? And, what if it was as easy as going to Bloomingdales? UNIFORM – a new social enterprise fashion brand is making it that easy. When Liberian-born, German and American-raised Chid Liberty wanted to start a business, he knew it had to be in Liberia; his roots and heart both led him to want to create jobs and opportunity in the post-conflict country . He launched Liberty & Justice – the first fair trade-certified apparel manufacturer in Africa. And life was good, according to +Acumen , “the brand had two big contracts totaling $40 million in annual revenue, they were retooling the factory and then Ebola. Liberty went from ”getting ready to ship their first half a ...

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