Our mission is to create educational and professional opportunities for women of
diverse backgrounds that are traversing any sort of vulnerable situation or have
fallen victims to systematic violence. Our social programs focus on art, design, fashion, and art therapy initiatives, and while our goal is to provide financial support to participants, we also strive to generate the confidence and skills
required to catapult our participants into a sustainable future of economic independence.
NI EN MORE does so through a model of responsible business and shared value, where every sale is reinvested into the social programs we support. We do so through the creation of beautiful, one-of-a-piece garments, for which the artisan apprentices we work with are provided an economic stipend.
Our current programming supports women from the Sur Oriente community of
Ciudad Juarez, migrant women from El Salvador, Ecuador, Gatemala, Venezuela, and other Mexican states just to name a few. We are also in solidarit with women belonging to the indigenous Raramuri community, creating networks of economic support amongst diverse groups of women.
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The Creation Of Our Pieces is Aligned to the Ni En More Philosophy
Each garment is uniquely dyed one by one using plants and flowers from the surrounding Ciudad Juárez area. The process itself is a symbol of hope and change, taking upwards of 60 hours to complete - a slow juxtaposition to the exploitation of workers for profit in the hundreds of sweat shops and factories located in Ciudad Juárez.
women have been supported through our organization
different types of social programs benefiting participants
of our proceeds support fellowships
Who Made Your Clothes?
We believe that women are the backbone of our communities, economies, and countries. Our mission is to create networks of support for women from marginalized communities in order to equip them with the skills required to sustainably support themselves in the future - regardless of their socioeconomic conditions, race or origin.
Every donated dollar helps Ni En More lift women from oppression and poverty by giving them the opportunity to learn and earn in a safe workplace.
The designs and practices we employ in the creation of our garments didn’t originate from a specific source; however, we are inspired by pre-hispanic and Pre-Columbian interpretations.
We do not profit from work or images related to indigenous communities, women in vulnerable situations, or any of our participants. Our goal is to recognize and empower the fight, not generate profit.We oppose any cultural practices that exploit laborers and their culture, which is we are committed to continuously challenge colonial narratives in our own operation methods.