On Friday, May 15, 2015 from 6:30-8:30 pm, join TO THE MARKET | Survivor-made Goods (TTM), at their Pop-up Shop at CityCenterDC.
TTM’s Founder and CEO, Jane Mosbacher Morris along with TTM advisory board member and Human Trafficking Survivor and Advocate, Margeaux Gray, will deliver short remarks beginning at 7:30 pm. The event will be held at the Covington Reception Space at the new CityCenterDC mixed-use development in Downtown Washington, DC, and it will include a pop-up shop of survivor-made apparel, accessories, jewelry, and home goods from TO THE MARKET. Complimentary wine will provided by Daniel Boulud’s DBGB Kitchen and Bar, and RareSweets will provide sweet treats and platters.
ABOUT TO THE MARKET
TO THE MARKET is a social enterprise focused on the promotion of goods made by and stories told by survivors of conflict, abuse, and disease. This includes, but is not necessarily limited to; survivors of abuse, such as survivors of domestic violence, physical and sexual abuse, and human trafficking; survivors of conflict, such as war widows, refugees, or persons living in conflict/post-conflict states; or survivors of disease, including populations living with HIV/AIDS, leprosy, or physical disabilities. Current and upcoming partnering countries include: Afghanistan, Uganda, Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Nepal, the United States and more.