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re. coffee and domination

  • Subject: [cg] re. coffee and domination
  • From: "Neufeld" apneufeld@telus.net
  • Date: Mon, 12 May 2003 21:35:07 -0700

A few days ago a few polite emails were exchanged re. Starbucks.  A few months ago other emails were exchanged about this same company.  All of you might be interested in learning about some of Starbucks actions in a remote indigenous community, on an island in Northern Canada, population 700 people.  The story is told very well on the web-site www.haidabuckscafe.com
 
I recommend you visit the site and judge for yourself, and if you feel called, support the struggle of indigenous people.
 
Paul Neufeld




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