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BANGLADESH GARMENT FACTORY COLLAPSE
Fast Fashion and the Prison Crisis: What Comes Next?
Social entrepreneur. Designer. (Lazlo.co).
When a garment factory collapsed in Bangladesh in the spring of 2013, I was at Princeton finishing my thesis on potential resolutions to the American prison crisis. I thought the two -- labor exploitation in the fashion industry and a disastrous incarceration rate -- were unrelated. I was wrong.
Bangladesh Building Collapse Search Ends With Hundreds Still Missing
Nobel Laureate's 'Begging' Solution For Bangladesh Disasters
People Dying For Our Clothes
Peter S. Goodman
Executive Business and Global News Editor, The Huffington Post
We already know that our banks remain too big to fail, threatening regular people with crisis. Now, a parallel reality is emerging in the garment trade: Most of our clothing is produced by global enterprises so vast and complex that they are simply too big to supervise.
Thousands Still May Be Missing In Bangladesh Collapse
Stench Of Bodies, Disorganization Slow Bangladesh Rescue Effort
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