In 2013, the Rana Plaza collapsed, killing 1,129 workers making your clothing. No one in America cared. American companies made sure nothing would change. European companies at least agreed to.
The last year has forced the nation and world to deal with its supply chain issues, at least to the point of not having access to what we want to.
Marc Levinson is a union economist who has done a lot of great work for a very, very long time. He has an interesting Times op-ed on how the ship.
The AFL-CIO's Solidarity Center has a report out about forced labor from Turkmenistan in the cotton supply chains. It's a pretty bloody awful story. Cotton bound for global markets from.
When you create supply chains without the slightest concern for anything but low costs--ignoring workplace safety, human rights, labor rights, environmentally sustainability, every other concern but wresting profit--you create a.
While the nation only cares about the presidential election, the routine daily horrors of the world continue without abatement and it's high time we remember that these things are happening.
This Amazon story says everything about power in America and the world: Amazon.com Inc. has agreed to tighten quality control standards on its marketplace following an investigation that determined dozens.
Over half a decade has passed since the Rana Plaza sweatshop collapsed and 1,138 workers were killed making your clothes. Since you haven't done anything about it, your politicians haven't.