What’s your Slave Footprint?



Children Mining Mica

Pictured: heartbreaking victims of child slave labor as young as 3 who work 16 hour days in 100 degree heat mining mica to power phones and cars. They take home less than a dollar each a week. Child and slaved mined mica is also a big offender in the beauty industry


How have we allowed this to happen? It is my work and invitations  that we open our eyes and hearts and truly feel the individual and collective responsibility we have had in creating this reality for millions. I’ve been compiling more information on how our world runs.  Our current culture of consumerism has been built upon the back of enslavement via debt control, slave and child labor, and sex trafficking. Waking up to the world behind us- taking off our rose colored glasses to really see what’s operating behind the curtain of the corporations we spend our money at- is hard. It’s devastating. BUT WE MUST DO IT. Ignorance and/or turning our eye the other way is what has allowed this to continue. I’m compiling stories from slave laborers- laborers forced to work in horrifying conditions, for 16+hours a day, unable to take food and bathroom breaks, many of them children, to make our “affordable” jeans, shirts, toys, food, etc that we purchase from mainstream department stores, and places like Target, Walmart, Disney, Apple, and Tesla. There are hundreds of offenders. If small companies are creating fair trade factories, these  corporations could change things overnight,  but with every new uncovering, they either claim ignorance, decline to comment, or make unfulfilled promises to change years later. We can change this by choosing to no longer be consumers, and instead be “conscious creators” and making every purchase with intent and awareness. I’ve compiled a comprehensive list of companies  that are built upon fair and ethical trade, and treating every human being with value, as we are all creations of God. This is also linked on our website. We can become conscious creators of the world we live and love in with every purchase we make.


  1. Abercrombie & Fitch (Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister Co., Ruehl No. 925)
  2. Accuvve contacts
  3. Acer
  4. Act II popcorn
  5. Adidas 
  6. Advil
  7. Aleve 
  8. Alka seltzer
  9. Alstom 
  10. Always pads
  11. Amazon Private Label
  12. American Eagle Outfitters, Inc.
  13. Anta Sports Products Ltd.
  14. Angel Soft
  15. Anthropologie 
  16. Apple
  17. Asda,
  18. Asos
  19. Aunt Jemima Products
  20. Aveeno Products
  21. Aquafina 
  22. Banana Republic 
  23. Baic Motor
  24. Band-Aid
  25. Benadryl 
  26. Biotene 
  27. BMW, Vauxhall, and Audi (as mica is also used to make glitter car paint)
  28. Rimmel
  29. Bombardier
  30. Boohoo 
  31. Bosch
  32. Bounty Paper Towels
  33. Brawny 
  34. Burberry Group PLC (Burberry)
  35. Burlington Stores, Inc. (Burlington)
  36. Byd
  37. Calvin Klein 
  38. Candy
  39. Cardi B. 
  40. Capri Holdings Ltd. (Michael Kors, Versace, Jimmy Choo)
  41. Carters
  42. Cerruti 1881
  43. CHANEL International B.V. (Chanel)
  44. Changan automobile 
  45. Charming Ultra Soft
  46. Chapstick 
  47. Chef Boyardee 
  48. Cisco
  49. Clarinex
  50. Claritin 
  51. Clinique
  52. Clean & Clear 
  53. Coca Cola 
  54. Costco
  55. CRRC
  56. Crest 
  57. Dell
  58. Dr. Pepper
  59. Disney 
  60. Dixie Products
  61. Dolls Kill
  62. Electrolux
  63.  E.l.f Cosmetics
  64. Emergen-C
  65. Esprit
  66. Estée Lauder
  67. Fashion Nova
  68. Fast Retailing (Uniqlo, Theory, Helmut Lang, J Brand, Comptoir des Cotonniers, GU, Princesse Tam-Tam)
  69. Foot Locker
  70. Fila
  71. Firestone
  72. Febreze
  73. Flinstones vitamins 
  74. Flonase 
  75. Founder group
  76. Free People
  77. Gac group - automobiles
  78. Gap
  79. Gain laundry 
  80. Gardasil
  81. Gatorade 
  82. GIII Apparel Group Ltd. (licensed apparel for NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL)
  83. Geely auto
  84. General Motors 
  85. Gillette Razors
  86. Goertek
  87. Google
  88. Guess
  89. H&M
  90. Hanesbrands Inc. (Hanes, Champion, Playtex)
  91. Haier
  92. Hart Schaffer Marx
  93. Head and Shoulders 
  94. Hermès International S.A. (Hermès)
  95. Hisense
  96. Hitachi
  97. HLA Corporation Ltd.
  98. HP
  99. Inditex (Zara, Massimo Dutti, Berska, Oysho, Pull and Bear, Stradivarius, Uterque, Stradivarius, Lefties)
  100. Intercos
  101. Jack and Jones
  102. Jaguar
  103. Japan Display Inc
  104. JC Penney 
  105. Kendall & Kylie 
  106. Kering (Gucci, Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni)
  108. Kids Cuisine
  109. Kohls 
  110. Kontoor Brands (Lee, Wrangler, Rock & Republic)
  111. L.L. Bean
  112. L Brands (Victoria’s Secret, Bath and Body Works, La Senza)
  113. Lacoste
  114. Land Rover
  115. Lenovo 
  116. Levi Strauss & Co. (Levi’s, Dockers)
  117. Lululemon Athletica
  118. Li-Ning Mayor
  119. Listerine
  120. LVMH (Louis Vuitton, Dior, Fendi, Givenchy, Celine, Sephora)
  121. L’oreal’s (Maybelline, Lancôme, Garnier, Yves Saint Laurent Beauty, Kiehls, Urban Decay)
  122. MAC
  123. Macy’s
  124. Manwich
  125. Mari Calendars Meals
  126. Mercedes-Benz
  127. MG
  128. Microsoft
  129. Midol
  130. Mitsubishi 
  131. Mitsubishi
  132. Mitsumi 
  133. Motrin 
  134. Monki
  135. Mt. Dew
  136. Nasty Gal
  137. Nicorette 
  138. Nike
  139. Neutragena 
  140. Neosporin
  141. Next pl
  142. Nintendo
  143. Nokia
  144. Nordstrom, Inc. (Nordstrom, Nordstrom Rack)
  145. Nuva Rings 
  146. The north face
  147. Ocean Spray Juices
  148. Olay Products 
  149. Old Spice Products
  150. One a day vitamins 
  151. & Other Stories
  152. Oral b products 
  153. Orville Redenbachers
  154. Tide laundry detergent 
  155. Tampa Tampons 
  156. TJX companies (TJ MAXX, Marshall’s, Home Goods) 
  157. Tylenol
  158. Toshiba 
  159. Panasonic 
  160. Pepsi
  161. Peter Pan Peanut Butter
  162. Richemont Group (Chloé, dunhill, Peter Millar)
  163. Polo Ralph Lauren 
  164. Pretty little thing 
  165. Prozac
  166. Reformation 
  167. Reddi-Whip 
  168. Revolve 
  169. Revlon
  170. Rimmel
  171. Robitussun
  172. Romwe
  173. Ross Stores, Inc.
  174. Roewe
  175. PAM 
  176. Panasonic
  177. Pantene Products
  178. Pepsi Co
  179. Procter and Gamble
  180. Puma
  181. Purell Products
  182. SAIC Motor
  183. Sainsbury’s
  184. Samsung
  185. Schwartzkopf
  186. Siemens
  187. Skechers
  188. Slim Jim
  189. Snack Pack Products
  190. Starbucks
  191. Sun Chemicals
  192. Swiffer Wet Jet Products
  193. Target 
  194. Tapestry (Coach, Kate Spade, & Stuart Weitzman)
  195. Tesco
  196. Theraflu 
  197. Thermacare 
  198. Tommy Hilfiger
  199. Too Faced
  200. Topshop 
  201. Tums
  202. Uniqlo
  203. Venus Razors
  204. VF Corporation ((The North Face, Timberland, Dickies, Vans, Jansport)
  205. Victorias Secret
  206. Vivo
  207. Visine 
  208. Volkswagen
  209. Walmart Inc. (Walmart, Sam’s Club, Flipkart, Bonobos)
  210. Wesfarmers (Kmart Australia, Target Australia)
  211. Woolworths
  212. Xanax
  213. Zalando
  214. Zara
  215. Zegna
  216. Zoloft
  217. ZTE
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