“The first step in being a responsible company is to simply try to be responsible. We don’t claim to be perfect, but we are striving to ask the hard questions about sustainability, labor, the environment, consumerism, and waste. We also relish the beautiful questions about the value of generosity, empathy and giving.” ~ Fed By Threads
Waylon talks with co-founder of Fed by Threads Alok Appadurai about mindful fashion, baby steps, and not getting aggro about one’s activism.
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Alok Appadurai is co-founder of Fed By Threads, a social entrepreneur, a vegetarian, environmentalist, animal advocate, new father, writer and project consultant for individuals & small businesses doing work that creates positive social, humanitarian, environmental or economic change.
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