Emily Sexton started The Flourish Market with her husband, Chris. The mobile store sells items made by companies that support refugees, survivors of sex trafficking and women who escaped poverty.
Emily Sexton started The Flourish Market with her husband, Chris. The mobile store sells items made by companies that support refugees, survivors of sex trafficking and women who escaped poverty. COURTESY OF THE FLOURISH MARKET
Emily Sexton started The Flourish Market with her husband, Chris. The mobile store sells items made by companies that support refugees, survivors of sex trafficking and women who escaped poverty. COURTESY OF THE FLOURISH MARKET

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