Photo by Pia Piscitelli, SDCN Podcaster. The panel included: Torrey Lee, Cafe Moto; Jethro Sepulveda, Das Cortez (Tijuana); Karen Cebreros, Earth's Choice Women of Coffee Microfinance Fund (and IWCA Founder); Kim Elena Ionescu, Director of Sustainability, SCAA; Savannah Britton and Laurie Britton, Cafe Virtuoso; Chuck Patton, Bird Rock Coffee Roasters; Brian Specman, InterAmerican Coffee; Sasha Boubion, Global Coffee Trading; and Scott Dalinger, Axiom Coffee Ventures.

Photo by Pia Piscitelli, SDCN Podcaster. The panel included: Torrey Lee, Cafe Moto; Jethro Sepulveda, Das Cortez (Tijuana); Karen Cebreros, Earth's Choice Women of Coffee Microfinance Fund (and IWCA Founder); Kim Elena Ionescu, Director of Sustainability, SCAA; Savannah Britton and Laurie Britton, Cafe Virtuoso; Chuck Patton, Bird Rock Coffee Roasters; Brian Specman, InterAmerican Coffee; Sasha Boubion, Global Coffee Trading; and Scott Dalinger, Axiom Coffee Ventures.

This is the first of a series of podcasts we'll be doing this year about issues and topics that are related to, and directly impact the local and global coffee community.

We hope you'll enjoy listening to our local discussion about slavery in the coffee supply chain. An issue not unique to Brazil, the country reviewed in the DanWatch Report, but an issue at origin wherever coffee is sourced.

We look forward to hearing from you, our listeners, in the comments below. Also, feel free to suggest potential titles of podcasts you'd like to see covered.

Podcast Credits: produced and edited by Pia Piscitelli, SDCN Podcaster. Song: S. tome; Album: A Minha Embala; Artist: A Minha Embala (Aline Frazão e César Herranz)

 

 

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