Clarkston Clip-On Earrings
These neutral clip-on earrings made of black seed beads are providing much-needed income to the women artisans of Refugee Beads in Clarkston, Georgia. These women are fleeing from foreign countries and poor living situations.
Through their work at Refugee Beads they are able to provide for themselves and find freedom.
Hoop measures 1.5 inches.
About this Artisan
Fleeing persecution in their native countries, such as Sudan, Bhutan, Burma, and Egypt, refugees often encounter new and threatening challenges upon arrival in the United States. Children are drawn into crime, parents are treated with disdain and overworked, and even basic tasks seem like impossible puzzles. Refugee Beads exists to provide hope, a sense of community, and needed income for refugees living in the Atlanta area. The jewelry created by these women is marketed across America to benefit their families. Many of the women are the wives of refugee pastors serving their own people groups.