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Forever 21 Sweatshops

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Emily Habegger

on 29 November 2012

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Transcript of Forever 21 Sweatshops

Sweatshops in Forever 21 over the place. It was
impossible not to step
on them." "Rats were running all a day without any break. "I'd work 12 hours Erica C. ~Illegal Immigrants
~Pay was usually $5/hour
~$250 max. for 50-hour week Charities ~Big Brother & Big Sister line features 5 different men and women's t-shirts with words such as "Go Big" and "You Heart Me"
~Profits go to BB&BS "We want all of these
employees also to work in safe
and healthy environments and
provide products to you, the
consumer, which are made by
such employees." "We care not only for our employees but
also for the employees of hundreds of
vendor manufacturing facilities throughout
the world which make our products." "We want all of these
employees also to work in safe
and healthy environments and provide products to you, the consumer, which are made by
such employees." Forever 21

Designer Designer Forever 21 ~Forever 21 has been sued more than 50 times.
~Rips, shrinks, tears and fades.
~Cheap alternative for people who can't afford
the designer versions. Forced Child Labor ~International Labor Rights called out Forever 21
~Did not join American Eagle, GAP (and many others)
to make a commitment to not buy cotton from Uzbekistan factories. The bathrooms were
disgusting and full of
cockroaches. But I had to
work. I needed money for
rent, for food." The Beginning ~First called Fashion 21
~Forever 21 started in Los Angeles
~Founded by Korean couple Don
Wong Chang and his wife Jin Sook
~April 21, 1984 Forever 21, Forever Poor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP7B7ISy_mw
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