A fair-trade shop called Ten Thousand Villages in downtown Overland Park says its mission is as much about educating the public about fair trade as it is selling the goods the store offers. Store manager Kendra Frink displays handmade aprons made by a group called Global Mamas from Ghana. The shop is at 7947 Santa Fe Drive.
A fair-trade shop called Ten Thousand Villages in downtown Overland Park says its mission is as much about educating the public about fair trade as it is selling the goods the store offers. Store manager Kendra Frink displays handmade aprons made by a group called Global Mamas from Ghana. The shop is at 7947 Santa Fe Drive. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com
A fair-trade shop called Ten Thousand Villages in downtown Overland Park says its mission is as much about educating the public about fair trade as it is selling the goods the store offers. Store manager Kendra Frink displays handmade aprons made by a group called Global Mamas from Ghana. The shop is at 7947 Santa Fe Drive. John Sleezer jsleezer@kcstar.com

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December 13, 2016 12:00 PM

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