Tea & Justice Virtual Tea Party

A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY

Hosted by Thistle Farms founder Becca Stevens, Fiona Prine, and Tanya Holland
commemorating the 100 year anniversary of women's right to vote.

The Brewing of a Movement

Tea and Equality

CELEBRATE, COMMEMORATE, REFLECT, AND RESOLVE.

Author, Speaker, and Founder of Thistle Farms

Chef, Cookbook Author, Owner of Brown Sugar Kitchen, and Hospitality Guru

Humanitarian, Advocate For Women's Rights, and Thistle Farms Global Advisory Board Member

The Ratification of The 19th Amendment

An important step, but not the finish line

COME EXPLORE HOW THE MINDFUL CONSUMPTION OF TEA HELPS USHER IN THE GROWING MOVEMENT FOR WOMEN'S FREEDOM AROUND THE WORLD.

Recommending Reading (and Sipping)

While tea has helped usher in economic and spiritual growth in its 3,500 year history, it has also been part of the oppression of women. It’s tied to the mission of Thistle Farms through the stories of the oldest forms of human trafficking, trading of opiates in China, and sexual violence in the fields of India. But tea has a noble story too, as its rituals and symbolism are great companions for cultivating justice.

Whether being dumped into a harbor, served by Gandhi as he negotiated freedom, or fundraising for the Women’s Suffrage Movement, tea has played a part in every revolution since the 1700s. Tea creates an environment of rituals, offering dignity and creating dialogue.

As you read, enjoy a cup of Pure Moringa Tea, grown and harvested by women survivors in Mexico working to end the cycle of violence and vulnerability of generational poverty. Deeply healing and nourishing, Moringa is filled with proteins, antioxidants and vitamins. May it sustain and strengthen us for the work that lays ahead.