Aeropostale Has Slavery?

Presenting the cold, hard truth.

The Research Has Been Done. The Petitions Have Been Made. It's Our Turn To Speak Out.

According to Change.org, “The government of Uzbekistan continues to remove millions of children across the country from school and force them to pick cotton during the harvest season. While over 70 of the world’s largest apparel brands and retailers have developed policies related to Uzbek cotton, Aeropostale, one of the biggest teen clothing retailers in the country has remained silent. This company has not publicly addressed the unique state-sponsored practice of forced child labor in Uzbekistan nor has it provided any information about how it ensures that its suppliers do not use Uzbek cotton tainted by these egregious human rights abuses. So far, Aeropostale has refused to support human rights and speak out against forced child labor in the cotton industry, unlike its top competitors like Abercrombie & Fitch, the Gap and Levi’s.”

Make A Petition to The White House; He'll Stop 'Em!

If we make a petition against forced labor in retail stores, such as Aeropostale, there would be much more peace in the world, then having to think about people in the world who are forced to do stuff with little or no pay. So let's work together to bring us one step closer to world peace! (And stop modern slavery in other countries!)
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Created by Victoria Johnson.