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A Hundred Thousand Coffee Seedlings for Just Change

“This is home,” Athena Banza tells me as the pick-up we are riding in passes a big pool full of water hyacinths. … Read More»

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Three Decades of Promoting Women's Empowerment in the Coffeelands (My Personal Statement)

Three Decades of Promoting Women’s Empowerment In the Coffeelands Statement by Dean Cycon, Founder and CEO Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company, USA … Read More»

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To PulseWire Kenya Members: Feb. 3rd Coffee Social in Nairobi, Meet our East Africa Tour

Event Date: February 3, 2011 - 18:00 - 19:30 SPECIAL INVITATION TO KENYAN PULSEWIRE MEMBERS: COFFEE SOCIAL IN NAIROBI FEB. 3. MEET OUR EAST AFRICA TOUR! January 20, 2011 … Read More»

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When Misguided Optimism Makes Us Bad Global Citizens

All of us like to think that we are generally good employees, friends, spouses, mothers, fathers, students, and citizens. … Read More»

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When Coffee is not Coffee...

I asked my house helper to make rice coffee. The process is simple by roasting some rice grain until it is black, put it into boiling water. The aroma is so enticing for you to have some coffee. … Read More»

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Morning Delight

I always excited to wake up every Sunday morning aside from going to mass. I love having breakfast with my mama. … Read More»

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Offer: Love coffee? - Foundation for Women's Micro Loan Blend coffee (fair trade)

The Foundation For Women in San Diego has partnered with some of their micro-loan recipients in Ethiopia, Papua New Guinea as well as Central and South America to produce a whole bean, fair trade coff … Read More»

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Cafe Feminino now at Trader Joe's!

In the current issue of World Pulse Magazine is a story called Coffee Groundswell, which discusses women's cooperatives that have been formed in the coffee growing countries to help women take leaders … Read More»

Coffee Groundswell

For generations, women coffee workers have been treated like second-class citizens. Today, they are taking on leadership roles in every sector of the industry. It’s not only creating better coffee—it’s also dramatically improving growers’ lives. Read More »

“Coffee is an industry that is both massive—it’s the second largest traded commodity after oil—and historically male-dominated.”

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Vehicles of Socio-Cultural Activity and a Thirst for Penny Educations: A fantasy year long project proposal!!!

Coffee is consumed by millions of people at home each morning of the year. … Read More»

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