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Recognising your inner guuguuburra

Tia & Belle would like to say thank you to HerCanberra for the article that Elizabeth Harris wrote on their business.

TIDDA: SISTER, CLOSE FRIEND, AUNTY.

This is the word which inspires the sense of female empowerment which drives Téa&Belle, two young Tidda Queens.

Launched on the eve of NAIDOC Week 2017, Téa&Belle is the creation of two Canberra girls born in Wiradjuri Country. Designing and sourcing their products in partnership with ethical suppliers, and supported by their families, Téa and Belle have created their own socially conscious brand.

Téa&Belle

Téa&Belle seeks to carry out its mission in a spirit of reconciliation, respect and acknowledgement. The new enterprise is committed to donating a percentage of its profits to charity, and is currently in the midst of choosing the beneficiary of these funds. “Everyone gets to know all about my cool culture while we also try to help other kids who aren’t as lucky as us,” explains Téa.

If you would like to read the full article

http://hercanberra.com.au/cpstyle/recognising-inner-guuguuburra/

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