We haven't blogged in a second and we wanted to stay true to our decision to share "our stories". #TheSingleStory persists because we are not utilizing the tools (opportunities) before us. As a business, we've embraced that we are where people come to learn, grow and connect.
So today, we wanted to share what Ethiopia is doing in regards to climate change, air pollution and waste. We bumped into this video on LinkedIn. Do you use LinkedIn? If so, let's connect: linkedin.com/company/LHoCreations
We also want to hear from you. What are you doing as an individual or group to impact climate change, pollution and waste?
Along with reducing global waste, we wanted to share our latest line of T-Shirts that were made from a bulk purchase. When too many garments are produced, we bid on the surplus and get creative (fashion waste is real). We also use up leftover textiles to create the map on each shirt. What do you think of our latest designs.
Please tell a friend about them by sharing this post. The best way to encourage others to shop small business is by sharing businesses you already frequent in person or online.
Lastly, we wanted to share music. Emily decided to look up some of the older albums she enjoyed and still listens to today. The lady that came to mind for this post was Angelique Kidjo. When Emily moved to America with her mother in the winter of 2004, Black Ivory Soul, was one of the albums gifted to them by an American who simply wanted them to feel welcome. It has been years and she still listens to most of this album, so here you go. We hope you fall in love with Angelique Kidjo, just as we have. Also, if you like Dave Matthews Band, they are featured in this album.
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Take care and remain dipped in culture
The LHo Team.