[BHS Etree] CLUBS: Fair Trade Club Apr. 25 Panel Video & Resource
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The BHS Fair Trade Club hosted an assembly to educate the school body on
the benefits of Fair Trade as a form of social activism in everyday life.
There was a panel of speakers to share about the impact of Fair Trade on
their work and personal lives: Matthieu Senard - CEO of Alter Eco, Maya
Spaull - head of Fair Trade Apparel, and we raised over $1,000 to bring
Omar Rodriguez - Fair Trade coffee co-op leader from Honduras - to speak.
As the theme of our presentation was Fair Trade: Now More than Ever, we
wished to emphasize the importance of Fair Trade today as a call to action
for the BHS community.
Fair Trade Club Leaders
Sidra Pierson & Camila Rice
Video of the Fair Trade Presentation (on Google Drive): *[image:
Fair Trade Assembly.mp4
Fair Trade: The Story video https://youtu.be/NhQJrz-aDfI
Fair Trade: The Power of the Consumer video https://youtu.be/DVxe1ZKIff0
Fair Trade: Now More Than Ever
An ASB Speaker Series Presentation
Organized by the BHS Fair Trade Club
*What:* A panel discussion featuring Omar Rodriguez, a Fair Trade coffee
co-op leader; Mathieu Senard, co-CEO of Alter Eco; and Maya Spaull, Senior
Director of Apparel and Home Goods Factory Program at Fair Trade USA.
*What your students will learn:*
· The benefits of Fair Trade as a form of social activism in
· How Fair Trade standards promote environmental sustainability and
· How to be a conscientious consumer
· How Fair Trade affects farmers, factory workers, business owners,
consumers, and other stakeholders
· What students can do to raise awareness about the importance of
· Presentation begins 8 mins after the bell
· Introduction by BHS Fair Trade Club members
· Brief introductions of each panelist
· Panel discussion with questions from BHS Fair Trade Club members
· Time for audience questions
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