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Tag Archives: social justice
Fashion Revolution Day 2014
Posted on April 18, 2014 by Leah
Fashion Revolution Day is a movement. On April 24, 2013, 1,133 garment workers in Bangladesh were killed when the building where they worked collapsed. Tags inside indicated that several well-known brands had clothing produced at the site; domestic brands include … Continue reading →
Posted in Essays | Tagged ethics, fair trade, fashion revolution day, garment workers, human rights, industry standards, movement, rhana plaza, social justice, trends, walmart, who made your clothes | 3 Comments
benji frank: better 1, or 2
Posted on March 21, 2013 by Leah
My Benji Frank glasses have arrived, after much thinking and researching and second guessing and shopping around. Glasses are expensive these days! I couldn’t find a pair of glasses locally that cost under $200.00 (and that was with the insurance … Continue reading →