Al Jazeera TV interviews Jewish-American CEO Adam Neiman, No Sweat Apparel, regarding producing a line of union-made T-Shirts in Bethlehem, Palestine

Purchase iPeace T-shirt and help the Children of Gaza

Designed by Denise Jacobs and Christopher Stewart.

$18


Organic Bethlehem Unisex iPeace Tee

Click to Purchase

Support the children of Gaza and peace in the Middle East. This beautiful design is from iPeace. $6 per T-shirt purchased will go to Mercy Corp's emergency humanitarian mission in Gaza.

This organic cotton T-shirt is produced at a sweatshop-free Palestinian owned factory on Virgin Mary Street in Bethlehem, West Bank. The workers are represented by the Palestinian Federation of Trade Unions.

Back design:

Views: 471

Comment

You need to be a member of iPeace.us to add comments!

Join iPeace.us

Comment by Sabine Theresia on February 9, 2009 at 6:04pm
Thank you so much for organizing the production of the iPeace Tshirts under the best conditions available. And presenting them together with the film about their production and selling is ingenious.
There are already some fair and ecological produced clothes available in Germany. But there could be much more. In our 'Weltladen' (fair trade shop) in the center of Cologne, we (an association of some dozens of volunteers) don't sell clothes (there is not enough space left to present them). But I really would like to support this factory in Bethlehem with more than ordering some Tshirts for me. It is sooo important for the Palestinians to have good jobs and a sufficient income. And when politics can not improve the situation, a growing economy in combination with a fair trade connecting the Palestinians with many democratic countries will surely do.
Does anybody know, if the owner of this factory in Bethlehem also makes contracts for selling on his own? I would like to get the Weltladen-Association and also the big importeurs of fair trade products in Germany (gepa, el puente, dwp ...) in contact with this palestinian factory, to develop some designs on their own or to order those products, that are already available). And I can imagine, that - if the Weltladen association would make a nice design showing a good picture / symbol for fair trade - our shop could offer one special model as well.
If there is somebody able to answer my question about the direct trade with the producers in Betlehem, please let me know. Sabine
Comment by maria on February 7, 2009 at 11:09pm
One good deed at time can change the universe...
Comment by Iyad Muneer Salameh on February 7, 2009 at 10:18pm
we need here the most creative ideas plzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on February 7, 2009 at 9:02pm
I'd like to make a clarification to my comment down here ( an hour ago):
of course the money for the t shirts is going to Gaza. no doubt.
i was saying that the shipping fee is very high ( at least to Isarel) and this money -of the shipping - is not going to Gaza...
Comment by caroline b on February 7, 2009 at 7:52pm
Thanks for taking action in a positive direction! I look forward to wearing my new t-shirts...
Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on February 7, 2009 at 7:13pm
you can buy the iPeace shirt on line. unfortunately the shipping is double price and i don't think this money will be going to gaza...
Comment by Todd Olson on February 7, 2009 at 6:56pm
It brings me joy to my heart to finally see that these people have come together in the fight against evil, & the injustice in the world. All my blessings to these people. I pray some day I can do more. All my blessings guy's & gal's, www.toddsappeal.com & www.toddolsonsappeal.com Together we can fight all injustice, every where.
Comment by Wayne Elkin on February 3, 2009 at 12:29pm
Thank you for making all of this happen! I have a hunch that this site is open source may be zope . . .that's what I use.
Comment by Wayne Elkin on February 3, 2009 at 12:26pm
I've always wanted to produce a sweat shop free organic Tshirt for RanchoBozo.com but didn't know where to find one now I know and can help solve the middle east conflict. Ausome!

Latest Activity

© 2020   Created by David Califa. Managed by Eyal Raviv.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service