Cecilia Gardner

General Counsel of the World Diamond Council

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General Counsel and a Founding Member of the World Diamond Council, an organization of producers and dealers to end illegal diamond trading

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At least one million African workers earn pennies a day in the backbreaking effort to find diamonds, which themselves have no intrinsic value at all, but serve as symbols of love,…

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At least one million African workers earn pennies a day in the backbreaking effort to find diamonds, which themselves have no intrinsic value at all, but serve as symbols of love,…

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