Lest We Forget, Where Our Stuff Comes From

by
Abby Zimet

Protests by workers at Bangladesh's many garment factories are spreading, even as riot police fire tear gas
and water cannons at crowds of up to 20,000 people, including children.
The workers are protesting conditions and wages, which now average $25 a
month for sewing clothes for the western likes of Wal-Mart. One more
reason among so many not to shop there. More photos here

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