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FREEDOM ROAST by CityBean COFFEE OF THE MONTH: JANUARY

THIS COFFEE HAS A CONSCIOUS

Papua New Guinea: Kimel Estate

This fully fermented and washed coffee is distinctively bright and carries both sweet and tangy notes. The flavor is clean and reminiscent of tropical flowers and fruit. These beans hail from the Kimel Plantation, which employs over 1000 laborers, most of whom live in on-site housing. The purchase of this coffee contributes to the operation of the plantation’s medical clinic as well as to a hospital and a school in the adjoining village.

Roasted on January 19th, 2012 by: CITY BEAN COFFEE ROASTERS

HELPING TO CREATE A WORLD FREE OF SLAVERY

MADE POSSIBLE BY:

DTI & The Tronie Foundation

Who are helping to create a world we know is possible… a World Free of Slavery.
Freedom Roast Coffee – Freedom For All

DTI is a company that makes precision components for the high pressure water jet industry & is a proud sponsor of The Tronie Foundation. DTI believe’s in being a socially responsible corporation & that individual freedom is fundamental right of every human being. DTI has teamed up with The Tronie Foundation to raise awareness on Human Trafficking & help to survivors do more than just survive, but thrive to become strong leaders.

The Tronie Foundation is survivor-led organization (501(c)(3)) & one of it’s goals is to help survivors get their voices heard in governments, private sectors, media & other advocacy platforms. Please join us & Send Rani’s Voice Around The World until Human Trafficking & Slavery are things that are only known in the history books of our time.

STUDENT YOUTH

The Tronie foundation sees the next generation as powerful agents of change & currently partners with universities, teachers, principals, & other educational institutions to identify future leaders to help spur a shift in global consciousness & behavior about the issue of human trafficking. The Foundation’s Global Youth Leadership Campaign inspires young people around the world to get involved in the global anti-trafficking movement.

Click here to see how the students around the world are participating to create a slave-free world.