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Sweatshops :||

Locations and Products Made

~Sweatshops that sell north face products are located inn many places Washington D.C., Bangladesh, El Salvador, and Near REI stores.

~Products made in these sweatshops are things such as sweatshirts, t shirts, sweatpants, and other knick knacks.

El Salvador & Bangladesh

~Women in el Salvador sew 165$ jackets for NF but they only get paid 94 cents each jacket

~children/ Juniors get 25-32 cents an hour for every product they make

~In Bangladesh all helpers get 12 cent an hour

Working Conditions In Sweatshops

~Conditions in these sweatshops are crowded, hot, very unpleasant, and low paid.

REAL LIFE SWEATSHOP STORY

~in Washington D.C. there was at least 2 dozen people arrested during a demonstration of sweatshops at an REI store near Washington D.C. more than 30 rallies across them that day, after that accusation they went back to ethical working conditions and didn't go over the limit again.

1.) The industrial revolution affected the working conditions today by showing us that sweatshops were wrong, which caused us to get real factories with good working conditions and better more fair payments.

2.) the solutions to sweatshops is to not have them.

3.) I learned a lot about where sweatshops were located and about what is made and that they get paid way less then what they need to be paid.

4.) I am concerned because I don't want people having unfair treatment just to make the products I like.

United Students Against Sweatshops. (2012, July 7). Retrieved January 14, 2016, from http://usas.org/


Kay, T. (Ed.). (2012, March 31). Ethical Style: There Are Still Sweatshops in America. Retrieved January 14, 2016, from https://magazine.good.is/articles/ethical-style-there-are-still-sweatshops-in-america

Kay, T. (Ed.). (2012, March 31). Ethical Style: There Are Still Sweatshops in America. Retrieved January 14, 2016, from https://magazine.good.is/articles/ethical-style-there-are-still-sweatshops-in-america

Child Labor Sweatshops. (n.d.). Retrieved January 14, 2016, from http://businesstm.com/online-business-blog/sweatshops-child-labor-information.html