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A Product collection by actress and activist, Mamie Gummer, in collaboration with Nomi Network. 

"Once I learned about the horrors of human trafficking and modern day slavery, passivity was not a choice. I am committed to helping people who experience exploitation access support and services.” Mamie Gummer 



I am free

Greyston Bakery

May 26, 2016

I usually say no to sweets, especially when the chocolate industry is culprit to some of the worst forms of child and forced labor. Children as young as 6 years old are being trafficked for forced labor in the cocoa industry but it proves difficult for consumers to trace their chocolate to the cocoa beans, as they are often extracted from other countries. However, there is something you can do here in the United States to empower the formerly incarcerated, homeless and/or those suffering from drug addiction, while satisfying your sweet tooth. It’s simple – eat cake from Greyston. Founded 30 years ago, this social enterprise based in New York permeates social consciousness by employing some of the most difficult-to-employ...

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