These Costa Rican and Haitian artisans portrayed in the clip below are overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity to work and provide for their families. These women, like so many of our artisans, have been able to break the mold of poverty and sculpt something far more beautiful, a new life.
“When you are little you need someone to hold you, teach you how to walk and how to run and be with you,” a Haitian artisan said, “Its like your business is holding us and helping us run.”
Becoming a compassionate entrepreneur is more than being a voice for the voiceless. Being a compassionate entrepreneur is a tool that promotes opportunity and action for these women who had none.
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