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sebastian
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This article shows that people do care and are trying to stop Nike from using slaves. This article should make the reader feel empowered,…Read More

Why The Bangladesh Factory Collapse Would Never Have Happened To Nike

Business Insider Australia
It wasn’t that long ago that Nike was being shamed in public for its labour practices to the point where it badly tarnished the company’s image and hurt sales. The recent factory collapse in Bangladesh was a reminder that even though Nike managed to turn around its image, large parts of the industry still haven’t changed much at all.  Nike…Read More
sebastian
sebastian Campaign leader

This news article talks about how little Nikes slaves earn and how young these slaves are. The reader should feel compassion for these…Read More

Nike Admits to Mistakes Over Child Labor

The multi-billion dollar sportswear company Nike admitted yesterday that it "blew it" by employing children in Third World countries but added that ending the practice might be difficult. Nike attempted to present itself to its shareholders in its first "corporate responsibility report" as a touchy-feely entity established by "skinny runners" and…Read More
sebastian
sebastian Campaign leader

This article matters because it addresses the issue of Nike supporting slavery. It also talks about how Nike finally admitted to the claims…Read More

Nike workers 'kicked, slapped and verbally abused' at factories making Converse

Mail Online
Nike workers 'kicked, slapped and verbally abused' at factories making Converse New allegations follow years of outrage over child labour and sweatshopsSports brand giant claims there is very they can do to stop it By Daily Mail Reporter UPDATED: 08:47 EST, 13 July 2011 They're one of the world's top sports clothing brands, but for years Nike…Read More
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