Columbia Sportswear

Sweatshops

Allocations

Van Der Werf, M. (1999). `Sweatshop' Protests Raise Ethical and Practical Issues. Chronicle Of Higher Education 45. These sweatshops were fined a lot of money.

Colleges

Duke, Georgetown, and other ivy league schools have started protest against selling Columbia products or sportswear.

The Columbia name is from the University of Columbia which started making the clothes at there school store. A lot of the sweatshops are in India,France, and a lot in the United States.

I have learned that a lot of these product that are in America are made some where over seas

Sweatshop

This is the sweatshop 1938

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