Made in Haiti, Dumped in Haiti – The Dominion

apparel_2Global demand for cheap clothing sabotages local garment trade, workers’ rights
BY ISABEAU DOUCET PORT-AU-PRINCE—In Haiti,
people wear T-shirts bearing unlikely English messages: “We’re the
2% who don’t care,” says one; a respectable-looking grandmother
dons a T-shirt emblazoned with “Crack is Whack!”; a little boy
without shoes or pants wears a “Save Darfur” T-shirt; while
training an illegal militia, a tough former army lieutenant sports
a “Varsity Cheerleader” T-shirt. Read article …

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