White 'Wilma Pearl' Feather Necklace

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White 'Wilma Pearl' Feather Necklace

60.00

*15% of net profits from this bracelet will fund microloans and financial training for widowed women rebuilding their lives through entrepreneurship in villages outside of Kitale, Kenya through our partnership with the Sisi Fund

This necklace is named for Wilma "Pearl" Mankiller, the first female chief of the Cherokee Nation. The Cherokees were forcefully removed from their lands in the southeastern US during the "Trail of Tears" to present-day Oklahoma. She faced many obstacles including a male-dominated government, but she worked to strengthen community development programs and is credited with reviving the modern Cherokee nation.

We hope you enjoy this necklace as a tribute to strong women like her, the beautiful colors of the Oklahoma plains, and its ability to go with any outfit! 


Materials:
- Mother of Pearl faceted 6mm beads
- Antique Jade 6mm accent beads
- 14k gold dipped feather pendant  

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