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Run With Us

Run With Us

We are thrilled to be a part of the first Aruna 5K in San Diego, California October 21, 2017! Three loops around the big and beautiful Encinitas Community Park will make for community building morning united to give back to The Aruna Project, an organization that Tillage has stood behind since day 1.  We are currently looking for sponsors, from individuals and companies. Please contact abby@tillageclothing.com to get involved! Also, if you want to run with us, we'd love to have you! Just click on the link below! San Diego Aruna 5K  

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Stories of Hope

A Survivor's Story from the Aruna Project "The youngest daughter to a poor alcoholic, Trupti* was virtually invisible in her slum home. Upon a ‘recruiter’ coming to her village and speaking of the need for a young woman to work in the city, Trupti was finally seen, but for all the wrong reasons. As a fresh and easily managed commodity, Trupti was sold for less than $400 to a brothel owner. She was 13. She endured for months. The months turned to years. After about five years of abuse, she conceived. Against all odds she was able to carry the...

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What Do Super Bowl VI and Human Trafficking Have In Common?

What Do Super Bowl VI and Human Trafficking Have In Common?

Happy Super Bowl Sunday, friends! Is this event not virtually a national holiday at this point?! Friends and families seize to the opportunity of the biggest money making sports event, from epic to commercials and half time show, not to mention the big football game itself, to gather together, eat loads of chips and dip, and just chill and be together. Everyone can put other differences aside to cheer on their favorite team and potentially have some fun rivalries. However, I think very few people are aware that this exact event is the feeding ground for human traffickers. I know...

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In Honor of the Doctor

In Honor of the Doctor

  Every year this time, we take a day to honor the freedom fighter and pacifist Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As a fellow peaceful freedom fighter, who has served as an inspiration to me since childhood, I look forward with joy to this day to remember such a noble man who stood up for the rights and freedoms of the segregated of his time.  Rev. King wasn’t just a great orator, who was constantly forced to combat his haters and nay-sayers at every corner, he was the brave leader of a racial climate changing movement. The South has never...

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