NEW Fabric kippot from Guatemalamore ›
We’re so excited to bring you these new kippot from Guatemala. They were designed by Shirley Waxman, a participant on our first trip to Guatemala, who brought home a bag of scrap material from the Mayan Hands warehouse to see what she could create! They’re available at FTJ’s online store in a variety of colors.
Jewish Blessing Flags from Nepalmore ›
NOW AVAILABLE ON-LINE FOR SALE! These Jewish Blessing Flags were designed and produced in Nepal, working directly with fair trade artisans, and are the first of Fair Trade Judaica’s own line of products. Read more about how the flags were developed and the Jewish symbolism integrated into their design…
DVD and Screening Kit Availablemore ›
Gather friends and community together to watch “The Dark Side of Chocolate”, a documentary about child labor in the cocoa fields. Our kit includes the 45 minute DVD, screening kit, handouts, resources for Fair Trade Kosher chocolate, and everything you need to conduct an educational and inspiring program.
Recent Blog PostJune 17, 2014 -
Guest post by Teri Jedeikin who organized a Fair Trade Shabbaton in Baltimore Last week we celebrated Shavuot, the festival of harvesting and receiving. Shavuot’s major narrative is the giving and receiving of the Torah which emulates the ultimate act of reciprocity and contractual relationship: a covenant of holiness. The book of Ruth that we […]
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It All Begins with the Artisans
There would be no fair trade Judaica products if it weren't for the hard work and creativity of the artisans. In addition, they share with us the richness of their cultural heritage by using traditional craft methods, like weaving on a backstrap looms, as well as the colors and designs they have inherited.
We are proud to bring you the faces behind these fair trade Judaica products, and share some of the stories of the people who touch our lives with their work.
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