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Pssst! Head over to the Sweet Freedom store for all things #ethical and #fairtrade! www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk With gifts, jewellery, homeware and bags to browse, we can't wait to see you there! :-) www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk

Pssst! Head over to the Sweet Freedom store for all things #ethical and #fairtrade! www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk With gifts, jewellery, homeware and bags to browse, we can't wait to see you there! :-) www.lovesweetfreedom.co.uk

EcoluxeLondonexhibitionFeb2013

EcoluxeLondonexhibitionFeb2013

BBC - Japan harnesses fashion power of gals

Japan harnesses fashion power of gals

Les manuels scolaires de nos enfant sont-ils sexistes? RTBF Info

Les manuels scolaires de nos enfant sont-ils sexistes? RTBF Info

#Manila’s famous #chefs, foodies and bloggers came together today to help launch #Oxfam’s 2013 Food Heroes calendar at Milkyway Bar and Restaurant in Makati City, Philippines. The launch coincides with the celebration of the International Rural Women’s Day on October 15.

#Manila’s famous #chefs, foodies and bloggers came together today to help launch #Oxfam’s 2013 Food Heroes calendar at Milkyway Bar and Restaurant in Makati City, Philippines. The launch coincides with the celebration of the International Rural Women’s Day on October 15.

Gertrude Caroline "Trudy" Ederle (October 23, 1905 – November 30, 2003) was an American competitive swimmer. In 1926, she became the first woman to swim across the English Channel. Gertrude Ederle was the daughter of German immigrants. According to a biography of Ederle, America's Girl, her father, Henry, ran a butcher shop on Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. Trudy was the third of six children and was born in New York City. Her father taught her to swim in Highlands, New Jersey, where the...

Gertrude Caroline "Trudy" Ederle (October 23, 1905 – November 30, 2003) was an American competitive swimmer. In 1926, she became the first woman to swim across the English Channel. Gertrude Ederle was the daughter of German immigrants. According to a biography of Ederle, America's Girl, her father, Henry, ran a butcher shop on Amsterdam Avenue in Manhattan. Trudy was the third of six children and was born in New York City. Her father taught her to swim in Highlands, New Jersey, where the...

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