We introduce Dinah and Marley to American craft retailers including Al Ntamere of Unan imports in Chicago, who dons his traditional Nigerian clothes, to meet them.
Dinah and Marley present beadwork made by women in 22 South African villages to an internet craft retailer, AfricanHands.com, where Fofana from Mali introduces them to computers and e-commerce.

Mona Dave, who runs the Self Employed Women's Associations craft projects in India, visits California and we arrange appointments for her to sell the embroiderer's intricate work. She was our interpreter for the book's India chapter.
DOBAG weavers from Turkey visit San Francisco to demonstrate their craft. Serife Atilhan and Cennet Deniri, both in the book, join us for dinner with Turkish-American author Alev Lytle Croutier (who leads Paola's San Francisco writer's group).