from dailytexanonline.com: Two years ago, Texas A&M students Michael Murphy and Meredith Butler decided to start using scraps of wood from leftover architecture projects to make intricately designed pieces of jewelry. The couple vowed against the culture created by the diamond market, which shaped the idea of Diamonds Are Evil… Diamonds Are Evil pieces are sold at the couple’s booth every Saturday and can also be purchased from their online store DiamondsAreEvil.com. Fifteen percent of their profits go to Aid for Africa, where Murphy and Butler hope the money will help those negatively affected by diamond trade.
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