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Riot Alliance Fall Updates!

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Fall Happenings at Riot Alliance!

Riot Alliance has so many exciting projects happening this fall! From a partnership with YASP through December, to the new display at Adrienne Dara Hair, to teaching a free jewelry class at Achieving Independence Center, to a NEW ETSY SHOP, it's been a busy season!!!

Be sure to visit the shop for all your holiday jewelry needs. Custom orders available as well, just email: riotallianceorg@gmail.com

Read more about Riot Alliance partnerships and new below:

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Riot Alliance Partners with YASP through December! 

Riot Alliance is partnering with The Youth Art & Self-Empowerment Project through December, donating 10% of all sales to the organization. YASP is a youth-led organization advocating to stop the trend of automatically trying and incarcerating young people as adults. YASP runs workshops in the Philadelphia jails to allow young people who are incarcerated to express themselves and develop as leaders. Young people who have been through the adult court system are at the forefront of YASP, leading the movement to keep teens out of adult prisons.

Riot Alliance is thrilled to partner with this amazing community of youth leaders! 

Make a purchase to support!

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Riot Alliance now available at Adrienne Dara Hair

My wonderful friend Adrienne just opened her own salon at:

1601 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
(610) 368-8015

and is now carrying Riot Alliance jewelry! 

Check out the salon for the best cut and color in the city (in my humble opinion :) and grab some Riot Alliance jewelry too! 10% of all sales in the salon are also donated to Riot Alliance's partner organization.
 

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Riot Alliance x AIC!

On December 10th, Riot Alliance will be teaching a free jewelry making class for teens at the Achieving Independence Center. AIC is a safe, communal space where youth in dependent care can be connected, educated and empowered as they work toward attaining independence.  

Teens will learn basic jewelry-making techniques and be able to keep their pieces for themselves or to give as gifts for the holiday season! If you would like to donate supplies for this event, please contact us.

 

Many thanks for your continued support,

Sara