On April 24, 2013 the Rana Plaza building collapsed in Dkaka, Bangladesh killing over 1,100 people, injuring thousands more, and leaving hundreds of children orphaned, making it the worst garment industry disaster in history. A year later, the victims of this tragedy have not been fully and fairly compensated for their losses and the new financial hardship they now face. Clothes in the…
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Today is the 1-year anniversary of collapse of the sweatshop in Bangladesh that killed over 1,100 people, injured thousands more, and left…Read More
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When my son was a four-maybe five, he asked for some sugary, chemical-laden cereal pitchedby a cartoon character.
Frankly, he was upset with me for saying , "NO!" "NEVER!"
He was a reasonable litle guy, good at getting his own way, "Mom, tell me why not?"
I had to think quickly. "Because I…Read More