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Crafting More Jobs

In a previous post, I highlighted the American dream story of Raleigh Denim. Raleigh Denim jeans are unique, hand produced jeans sewn in America by people who are paid at least a living wage working in clean and safe conditions. … Continue reading

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Jobs, Made by Hand

Sarah and Victor Lytvinenko wanted to make jeans. Since they didn’t know what they were doing, the odds didn’t look too good for their business to prosper. Luckily for them, they had a bicycle, video camera, Cone denim and persistence … Continue reading

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