233 Unlocking Women's Economic Power

Two weeks ago, I talked to Alicia Ortega, co-founder of Native Women Lead on Episode 231. She talked about a project her organization led to purchase products from native and women-owned businesses this year as a way to support them through the pandemic.
On this week's episode, we're taking a deeper dive into the businesses her organization supports. And we're looking at why it's so important to acknowledge women's economic contributions in the workforce, as business owners, and as consumers.
Links to businesses mentioned:
http://cheekbonebeauty.ca/ (http://cheekbonebeauty.ca/)
http://www.squareup.com/store/nani-chacon-art (http://www.squareup.com/store/nani-chacon-art)
http://www.earthskyfloral.com/ (http://www.earthskyfloral.com)
http://www.etsy.com/shop/KhaPoviHerbals (http://www.etsy.com/shop/KhaPoviHerbals)
http://www.quwutsunmade.com/ (http://www.quwutsunmade.com)
http://dancingbutterflynaturals.com/ (http://dancingbutterflynaturals.com)
http://www.nizhonisoaps.com/ (http://www.nizhonisoaps.com)
http://www.olboutique.store/ (http://www.olboutique.store)
http://bisonstarnaturals.com/ (http://bisonstarnaturals.com)
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