We are not a charity. And the people we work with are not a “cause.” We are working, albeit on a small-scale, and slowly, to some sort of lasting justice. That justice looks like Sheila (pictured above) graduating from high school and going on to law school. That justice looks like Dorothy building a house, paying for her children’s education, and investing in livestock. And that justice only happens with you picking up a box of tea. It only happens because you place orders, send donations, give support. It only happens because you believe that we are “tied in a single garment of destiny.”
Dear Kate and Sara,
I work for the Library for the Blind and Print Disabled at the San Francisco Public Library. We recently had a wonderful program learning about Kenya. And we tried the most fragrant and flavorful black tea with lemon myrtle. Everyone loved it and I keep spreading the word about Ajiri tea and people who grow it.
Please send my deepest gratitude to everyone involved in the process of growing, processing, packing and shipping tea we so much enjoyed.
I looked at each face on the website.
Thank you so much!
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