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Spanish Club selling pulseras

DCHS Journalism

By Alyssa Van Vleet

November 17, 2019

Spanish Club started its Pulsera sales last week. All Pulseras, which are hand-made bracelets, are $5.00 each. Sales will end Monday, Nov. 25. Spanish Club sponsor Carol Brown said that she likes the club to sell pulseras to help people in Central America. 

 

Club members encourage everyone to buy at least one because this benefits families in a third- world country. Anna Carter, Vice President of Spanish Club said, “The pulsera project is a good way to help families in need, while also providing them with a creative outlet.”

 

The Spanish Club’s pulsera sales will help families in Nicaragua and Guatemala. The pulseras are handwoven by nearly 200 artists. The project provides a market for their products in the United States. Pulsera sales spread art and stories with American students across the country.

 

Proceeds are returned to the Pulsera Project. In addition to sustaining jobs for almost 200 Central American artists, the proceeds from pulsera sales will support educational programs, scholarships, workers' rights, community development, housing, and a wide range of other projects that empower artists, their families, and their communities. 

 

For more information, go to https://www.pulseraproject.org

 

 

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