Demographic of Artisans: Survivors of Human Trafficking
Ethic Goods provides economic empowerment for women rescued from human trafficking, and those at risk of exploitation. They partner with non-profits that provide holistic care, counseling, education, and health care.
They believe business has a role to play in empowering women. By coming alongside these magnificent ladies to develop their business skills, these women survivors have the opportunity to provide for their families and set their children on a new, hope-filled path.
Handcrafted from recycled brass by survivor artisans, the Malazi Bangle is sustainably made in a solar-powered workshop in Malawi. This unique and elegant bracelet comes in a satin finish and upgrades any outfit it accompanies. No two pieces are identical— slight variations should be embraced.
Translation: 'Malazi' means 'Sunrise' in Tumbuka, the language of Northern Malawi
Care: Clean unwanted tarnish and patina using the pro-polish pad provided. Alternatively, you can make a paste of baking soda and lemon juice as needed.
Includes a jewelry care card, hand-sewn gift bag, and a polish pad to keep your item looking bright.
We currently ship to the contiguous U.S. and Alaska.
$8.50 flat rate shipping
Free shipping on orders over $100
Please allow 2-5 days for fulfilment. When your order arrives, know that it will be packed with care, gratitude, and love.
We offer a 30 day return window. For exchanges, please process a return and re-order the item you wish to receive.
This is the 5th bracelet I have ordered from this collection. One was for myself but the others have all been gifts. But this one is my favorite, as I hope it will serve as a reminder to a friend that she is not alone in her journey of grief after loosing a loved one.
The bracelet is very pretty, just as pictured, and the size is perfect and feels like nice quality stretch band so it should hold shape well. I got one for me and one as a gift for a friend to celebrate pride month. She loved it and I love mine to show support & love for others.
It was difficult to tell where each morse code letter started and ended due somewhat to the likeness in color. It would be better for some other colored bead between the letters or more contrast between the beads. When sending morse code there is a brief pause between each letter. We are amatuer radio operators which drew me to purchasing the bracelets.