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Amy Peterson founded Rebel Nell with the primary intention of hiring, training, and uplifting impoverished women in Detroit. They produce jewelry out of unique local resources while also giving a transitional chance for Detroit women. Her purpose is to assist these women in transitioning from a dependent to a self-sufficient lifestyle, overcoming barriers to work through the rewards of their own labor. Rebel Nell's product line begins with recycling graffiti that has fallen off buildings, a plentiful local resource in Detroit. On the surface, these graffiti scraps appear rough, much like many people's first impressions of Detroit.
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