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Craftivism: 8 Crafty Groups Making a Difference

September 21st, 2013 | by Becky Striepe

On Wednesday we talked a little bit about what craftivism means, and today I wanted to share some examples of groups that are using crafts to make a difference, whether it's through donations or by raising awareness. If you've been wanting to do a little crafty activism but weren't sure where to start, these are also good resources for getting active!

Women’s Rights Week: 5 Crafty Organizations Helping Women Through Craft

September 8th, 2012 | by Becky Striepe

What does crafting have to do with women's rights? So much! Crafting is empowering, and there are women all over the world who are supporting themselves and their families with their crafts. There are also organizations out there where you can donate your crafty skills to support women in need, whether we're talking about teaching job skills or donating crafted goods to comfort women in crisis, there are all kinds of ways that you can use your craft to support women's rights. Here are five crafty organizations that are making a difference for women

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