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As sisters, we can combine healing women and social entrepreneurship in India and in other places, too. The business of Sudara began when founder Shannon Keith took a trip to India. When she saw women and girls being sexually and economically exploited, she decided to do something about it.
Shannon’s business model takes women off of the streets and out of brothels to gainful employment, healing, and empowerment. Supporting Sudara is supporting sisterhood and sisters in business.
Many of Sisterhood Agenda’s global partners engage in similar activities. Sudara’s creates and sells a distinct line of apparel for men and women, boys and girls. A sample of her clothing items includes Punjammies, People are Not Property shirts, and beach wraps: