Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion
Fashion Bloggers Spend Time as Garment Workers in Cambodia

Sweatshop: Deadly Fashion - Fashion Bloggers Spend Time as Garment Workers in Cambodia
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Karen

I hope everyone will watch this film. As one of the Norwegians said at the end, we are rich because the people of Asia are starving. This makes me want to buy and wear only used clothing. Still not a total answer, but a start...and we can also find out which companies try to use fair labor ...Read more

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