Due to the social unrest in parts of India, many traditional weavers were forced to abandon their homeland and work as hired maidservants in the city. There, employers sexually, physically, and verbally abused them. But the Priscilla Center now offers these Indian women a different option. By partnering with the center, the women learn to handloom weave, allowing them to earn a fair wage while staying within their village. With each strand of fiber, they’re securing a way to pay for their children’s education and medical expenses.
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