Though it’s true that starting a socially-conscious company requires much, it’s just as true — maybe even more so — that what one gains through building such a business is worth infinitely more. That is certainly evidenced in the life of Sarah Sternberg, co-founder of Songa Designs, a fashion and jewelry company that harnesses the ability of women working together in Rwanda to employ, empower and equip themselves for a life they never thought possible.
Today we’re chatting with Sarah and also Thamar Mukashyaka, one of the first women to join Songa and who is sharing a first-hand account of how Songa has changed her life.
“I never gave up painting, I just changed my palette. ”
Ray Kaiser Eames (December 15, 1912 – August 21, 1988) made up half of the creative duo that spread modern American industrialism to the world. She and Charles Eames reconstructed the relationship between design and
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