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The Way of Tea and Justice

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What started as an impossible dream-to build a café that employs women recovering from prostitution and addiction-is helping to fuel an astonishing movement to bring freedom and fair wages to women producers worldwide where tea and trafficking are linked by...


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What started as an impossible dream-to build a café that employs women recovering from prostitution and addiction-is helping to fuel an astonishing movement to bring freedom and fair wages to women producers worldwide where tea and trafficking are linked by oppression and the opiate wars.

Becca Stevens started the Thistle Stop Café to empower women survivors. But when she discovered a connection between café workers and tea laborers overseas, she embarked on a global mission called "Shared Trade" to increase the value of women survivors and producers across the globe.

As she recounts the victories and unexpected challenges of building the café, Becca also sweeps the reader into the world of tea, where timeless rituals transport to an era of beauty and the challenging truths about tea's darker, more violent history. She offers moving reflections of the meaning of tea in our lives, plus recipes for tea blends that readers can make themselves.

In this journey of triumph for impoverished tea laborers, hope for café workers, and insight into the history of tea, Becca sets out to defy the odds and prove that love is the most powerful force for transformation on earth.


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PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 423590
  • Product Code 9781455519033
  • ISBN 1455519030
  • EAN 9781455519033
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Jericho Books
  • Publication Date Nov 2014
  • DRM Adobe
  • Printable No
  • Size 1.57 MB (EPUB)

Becca Stevens

Becca Stevens is an Episcopal priest at St. Augustine's Chapel on the Vanderbilt University campus. She is the founder of Magdalene, a residential community for women with a criminal history of prostitution and drug abuse. In 2000 Becca was named Nashvillian of the Year by Nashville Scene newspaper, in 2001 she was recognized by YWCA's Academy of Women of Achievement, and in 2004 she was featured in an article in Southern Living magazine. Becca is also author of Sister: Finding Balance.

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