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Seamwork Radio: A shift in Mindset with Jacqui Palhegyi

Jacqui Palhegyi is the blogger behind Birds of a Thread, a sewing and ethical fashion blog. She’s always been passionate about issues of social justice. But it was on a trip to Egypt with her husband that an encounter forever shifted the way she thought about how her clothing was made – and what she could do about it.

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Comments

AllisonF

April 4, 2016 #

So much great content! Thank you for continuing these podcasts. I look forward to each one. This one does not disappoint! (Also comments were closed on your article about leading as in introvert but I wanted to thank you for writing that as I have an introverted daughter and this really opened my eyes and helped me with watching for her limits!)

Karla

April 8, 2016 #

It looks like this episode isn’t showing up on Stitcher yet. Any idea when it might? Thanks!

Sarai

April 8, 2016 #

We checked and it looks like the feed is working on our end, but Stitcher hasn’t updated it yet for some reason.

Karla

April 8, 2016 #

Thanks for looking into it, Sarai!

Sarai

April 8, 2016 #

Hey Karla! We contacted Stitcher and had them look into it and it should be fixed now. :)