Monthly Archives: November 2013

90 ARTISTS AND WRITERS WORLDWIDE SEND SOLIDARITY STATEMENT TO GARMENT WORKERS IN HAITI DEMANDING A HIGHER MINIMUM WAGE

 LIST INCLUDES 4 PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING EDITORIAL CARTOONISTS From the popular Los Angeles comic strip artist Lalo Alcaraz (La Cucaracha) to Malaysian editorial cartoonist Zunar (who has faced such heavy repression that the Cartoonists Rights Network International honored him with the … Continue reading

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Gildan vows minimum wage for Haitian garment workers

Montreal-based Gildan Activewear to ensure that thousands of workers who make its clothing in Haitian factories are paid at least $7.22 per day. One of Canada’s largest garment companies has promised to ensure that thousands of workers who make its … Continue reading

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Fruit Of The Loom Statement In Response To Report Regarding Haiti Minimum Wage Issues

http://www.fotlinc.com/pages/giving-back-to-the-world.html#.UotdusSkohF We are greatly concerned about the recent report from the Workers Rights Consortium (WRC) regarding the issue of minimum wage compliance in the Haitian garment industry. It is our view that the clear intent of Haiti’s minimum wage law … Continue reading

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Artists & Writers in Solidarity with Garment Workers in Haiti: Raise the Minimum Wage!

This was last updated on Nov. 18, 2013. For the latest version, visit onestruggle.net. To add your name, please email your signature, profession, location and affiliation to: onestruggle.southflorida@gmail.com This statement will be sent to workers’ organizations in Haiti by Nov. … Continue reading

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25 days to Haiti minimum wage decision

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