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Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective
Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective
Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective
Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective
Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective
Bamboo Satin Pillowcase | Dignity Collective

    Bamboo Satin Pillowcase

    $50.00

    Sleep is an important part of self care, but also your beauty routine! This 100% bamboo fiber satin pillowcase is specially made to help preserve your blowouts and your skin's natural moisture. Plus, it's the perfect addition to your ethically-made linens collection!

    Uses & Features:

    • can help limit hair breakage
    • can help limit hair and skin dryness
    • inner flap prevents pillow slippage
    • natural fabric composition
    • dye-free
    • human cruelty-free
    • animal cruelty-free
    • environmentally sustainable

    Specifics:

    • 100% bamboo satin
    • fits standard US pillow (32" L x 20" W)
    • handmade in Nepal 
    • color: Himalayan Snow

    Dignity Collective is the creation of women who fundamentally believe that equality and economic justice are achievable and that change is possible. 

    During her time in college, founder Erin Murphy participated in human rights promotion and trafficking prevention advocacy and activismSpending summers volunteering at a Ukrainian orphanage, Erin saw firsthand how so many young people, especially girls, would eventually be at risk for sex trafficking or labor exploitation.

    in 2011, Erin served as a Fulbright Scholar teaching journalism and social studies, while researching sex and labor trafficking in Moldova (it's a small country sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania). After her grant ended, she continued to work in women's empowerment and grassroots development initiatives in Nepal, India and Czech Republic. 

    While working In South Asia, Erin saw how women's vocational trainings were common poverty alleviation programs, usually with varying degrees of success. She noticed that in many cases, there seemed to be no job prospects for these women upon completion training. There were whole co-ops of women who had received sewing workshops, but those co-ops were not getting enough orders to stay in business. Women were often forced to return to exploitative and dangerous work places. 

    She had her work cut out for her. She wanted to create a high-volume, hand-crafted, top quality product line that would provide steady enough orders to sustain these women, with  an ethical fashion production model that instead of exploiting women, would provide a safe work environments and viable economic opportunities.

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