News — Social justice

A Place at the Table

Last night, we decided to share the staggering facts about hunger in America with Emmy (our two year old) and are forever changed by her response.

“Maybe we could share my foods with them.
Maybe....we could ALL share our foods”

Her answer was completely unsolicited and unexpected---It's amazing how a child so young sees a solution so clearly and wants to take action.

Our passion for social justice runs deep in everything that we do here at Mariposa with hopes that it would inspire a change. We are simply touched by our toddler's understanding of such an immense issue...

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Coffee with a Conscience

Caring for the world is just an extension of who we are as individuals. In a world where giving has become "trendy", our march has slowly lost its luster. We find ourselves continually challenged to defend our cause and the way we do life.

It's simple, we give because we care.

Many of you know us from local art events around town but, we also engage in a variety of communities. When the tornado struck Moore,OK and heavy rain ensued the next day (making relief efforts challenging), we were compelled to do something more, so we brought coffee to the...

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Thanks for Choosing Us

Oklahoma coffee culture is booming, there's no doubt about it. We're excited that Oklahoma is on the map for independent craft coffee! Not only is coffee from our state recognized in other states, we've even been a part of that invitation to have our coffee guested.

Here is what we've been up to and what you can continue to expect from Mariposa:

  • We're still roasting small batch coffee in our locally produced US Roaster Corp roaster from Oklahoma City. We're going to take it one step further with a mobile coffee truck that will be serving great espressos and...

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Clean Water for Rwanda

Our current social justice focus is to put water wells in coffee communities that do not have access to clean water. There are approximately 3.4 million individuals who die from water-related diseases and we want everything in our capacity to reduce those numbers, will you join us?

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