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The Green Quote: Sheryl Crow Stamps Out Violence Against Women

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crow_bag_whole1“There are so many looming causes that need everyone to be involved in and everyone to be conscious of. This is one that I really think does escape people because it’s not happening in our own country and it’s so foreign – the idea of using rape as warfare – that a lot of people close their eyes to it. In our own way of consumer-ship, we can have a voice in what happens over there.”

Sheryl Crow discussing Stamp Out Violence Against Women and Girls of the Congo — a campaign started by Los Angeles-based fashion brand OmniPeace. OmniPeace donates 25% of its profits towards efforts to end extreme poverty in Africa by 2025. Learn more at OmniPeace.com.

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