By empowering Central American artists, the Pulsera Project gives artisans a sense of autonomy and economic stability in a place where consistency of any kind is hard to come by. The non-profit organization connects the artists, who make the bracelets ("pulseras" in Spanish), with students in over 2,500 schools across the United States. Although fruitful, enjoyable employment is tough to find in Central America, this connection employs nearly 200 artists that live there. The students also reap the benefits of cultural education and diversity through the purchase of these bracelets, which beautifully pay homage to the artists' heritage. For just five dollars per bracelet, anyone can both empower Central American artists and learn more about our diverse world.
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