Amnesty International has partnered with globally renowned artistic duo "coarse" to create beautiful symbols of hope...
April 23, 2014 
Amnesty International has partnered with globally renowned artistic duo "coarse" to create beautiful symbols of hope. The candles illustrate three examples of injustice that lie at the heart of Amnesty International's fight for human rights. The injustice burns away to reveal a positive human story created in solid bronze. Find out more at http://amnestyfreedomcandles.com...
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