The Way of Tea and Justice
The Way of Tea and Justice represents a new journey for Becca Stevens and Thistle Farms. With the opening of the Thistle Stop Cafe, now known as The Thistle Farms Cafe, Stevens began researching tea production and advocating for tea producers across the globe.
Read what she discovered about the violent history surrounding the farming and distribution of tea, as well as the current status of the workers, predominantly women, who labor to provide us with a drink we love.
Rev. Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest, chaplain at Vanderbilt University, and founder Thistle Farms, and its residential program, Magdalene.
The Way of Tea & Justice: Rescuing the World's Favorite Beverage from its Violent History
Join Becca Stevens on a journey through the history of tea production across the globe. Develop a new taste for Justice Tea. It just tastes better.
Paper and thoughtful reflections and wisdom for the soul.
Your purchase of this book directly impacts the healing and empowerment of women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction.
Because of customers like you, in 2018 we:
Housed 41 survivors in our Magdalene residential program.
Employed 54 survivors across all departments.
Helped 9 survivors to move into their own apartment.
Provided 1,489 medical and mental health appointments.
Supported the employment of over 1,200 women through our Global Partnerships.