An app to make slaves free shopping

Slaves free shopping app by free2work

There are more than 30 million slaves in today’s world. That’s more than ever.

With Not For Sale’s Free2Work app you can learn how your favorite brands relate to trafficking and other labor abuses. Check your brand before you buy and make sure there is no slaves involved in the making of the product. Help end slavery in our lifetime.

Check it out: www.free2work.org

3 Responses to An app to make slaves free shopping

  1. Rohit -

    December 21, 2012 at 1:17 pm

    Your post makes good sense and people do lose out on so much if they live in coissntent negativity, greed, jealousy, or even anger, but it’s sometimes only temporary and in those moments, good communication, tolerance and compassion is so important; no one is perfect. If you have those things, it is impossible to take a person or situation for granted. It may be that some, though not all, of the unfortunate situations you’ve noted and the people whose lives played out like that were pushed away too many times in their lives and so they lost their way or didn’t feel fundamentally safe. Some people or relationships may have been saved if someone cared enough to grab hold of them, helped guide them, and not judged them or let go in crucial moments. It’s not black or white, but shades of gray, in my humble opinion.Personally, I would take a loving, healthy relationship over money any day. To be consumed by wealth and fame is such a shallow existence; to love and be loved divine, but that is my opinion.We must also appreciate and admire those who have faced their fears, overcome adversity, loneliness, anger, hurt and disappointment to embrace positivity for they are truly courageous individuals; life is a journey of lessons.You, yourself, have a gift, Stephane. It is nice that you are willing to share it with the global community. I believe in you.Thanks for sharing Take care and here’s to the journey JuliaJulia recently posted..

    • Viki -

      March 14, 2013 at 2:51 am

      I much prefer infromtaive articles like this to that high brow literature.

      • Irais -

        March 14, 2013 at 2:52 am

        This arcitle is a home run, pure and simple!