Emily Hill started Stop Traffick Fashion to help support survivors of human trafficking around the world.
Tell us a bit about what you sell:
Stop Traffick Fashion sells t-shirts and accessories made by survivors of human trafficking around the world. Purchasing these items has a direct impact on survivors by enabling them in their rehabilitation process and helping them to generate a sustainable income for themselves and their families. All of our products are also fair trade! You can read more about us here.
How and when did you get started?
Stop Traffick Fashion started just over one year ago. It’s an online boutique and we also sell products at local events. It was started to help spread the word about human trafficking and support survivors of trafficking around the world.
What do you like about Second Sunday?
Second Sunday is a great, diverse event. There are tons of great vendors in a fun location. Last time the weather was hot but everyone still had a great time!
What are your future plans for Stop Traffick Fashion?
We are working on getting distribution of our products in local boutiques. Our products are available at the Freedom Center gift shop and we will also be at many more local events.
Where can people buy Stop Traffick clothing and accessories now?
You can buy all of our products online!
Do some summer shopping at www.stoptraffickfashion.com, and don’t forget to visit their table at Second Sunday on July 11th!