Zomi Circle of Unity Necklace



Forai's refugee-made Zomi Circles of Unity Necklace features interlocking circles symbolizing unity and inclusion. Named after the Zomi people in Chin State, Burma - the origin of many of the refugee artisans rebuilding their lives in St. Louis.



  • Women-founded and run brand.
  • Designed by an all-female team in St. Louis, MO.
  • Sterling silver sustainably-sourced in Albuquerque, NM.
  • Hand-crafted by fairly paid, resettled refugee and immigrant women in St. Louis, MO.


  • Sterling silver chain and findings.
  • 20g sterling silver.
  • Length 17".
  • Store with jewelry of the same tone (silver with silver, gold with gold).
  • Gently polish with a  jewelry polishing cloth as needed.

Meet Forai

Meet Jen, owner of Forai (Friends of Refugees and Immigrants). Forai’s products are all created by refugee and immigrant women. Jen wanted to provide a practical way to meet the needs of newcomers, particularly women who were not able to work full-time outside of the home, by providing a way for them to earn money from home and also enter relationships with American women. Forai works to foster dignity and help these women’s stories be heard. They help empower them economically with income earned from their work. And Forai creates community, a space where women from different backgrounds and cultures are mutually giving and receiving.