Abolish the Prison-Industrial Complex is comprised of two coffees from the Guji zone in Ethiopia. 60% is from smallholders who contribute to the Raro Boda Washing Station, and 40% is from smallholders in the Qirtira Goyo village, just southwest of Uraga in the Hambela Wamena woreda. All farms lie between 1950 and 2200masl and both washing stations fully washed and dried these lots on raised beds.
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