How Lush Became an Ally to Indigenous Peoples
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Guest: Tricia Stevens, Former Charitable Giving and Ethical Campaigns Manager, Lush Cosmetics North America Wouldn’t it be nice to dig into a case study that shows how real companies — and the real people behind the scenes — have built relationships with Indigenous communities from the ground up? Enter Tricia Stevens, the former Charitable Giving and Ethical Campaigns Manager at Lush Cosmetics North America. In this episode, you’ll hear how Tricia and her team humbly embraced the unknown, helping Lush and its people become advocates for and accomplices to Indigenous Peoples through their operations, products and social impact programs. Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts - https://link.chtbl.com/speakingofpurpose  Learn more about Speaking of Purpose or Benevity on our website - https://benevity.com/speakingofpurpose  Episode resources: 'Resistance and Resurgence' article by Edgar Villanueva - https://www.lush.ca/en/stories/article_resistance-and-resurgence-make-indigenous-peoples-day-about-reconciliation.html #92: Call to Action for Canada's corporate sector - https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1524506030545/1557513309443 The Circle on Philanthropy - https://www.the-circle.ca/ Decolonizing Wealth Project - https://decolonizingwealth.com/ Benevity's #EducationForReconciliation campaign - https://benevity.com/educationforreconciliation Indigenous Corporate Training: Seventh Generation Principle - https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/seventh-generation-principle
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