By uniting, these artisans give each other a chance to make a living.
The first time Hema Balakrishnan started working with clay in a course taken with her kids — she knew it would lead her somewhere.
But where? Making a livelihood as a terra cotta artisan — transforming riverbed clay into colorful jewelry — was next to impossible. Freelance jewelers in her community would sometimes have to wait 40 days to be paid for their products.
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