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Tag: Bangladesh Garment Factory


‘Channeling James Wright’: A Satirical Poem With an Important Message

Shelley Puhak updates James Wright’s “Lying in a Hammock at William Duffy’s Farm in Pine Island, Minnesota” to give it a modern political twist. The full title of her poem is “Channeling James Wright Near a Sand Mining Site in Minnesota.”

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Wal-Mart’s Bangladeshi Garment Factories Are Failing Inspections

Safety reviews, ordered by Wal-Mart in the wake of the tragic Rana Plaza collapse in the spring, have proven that at least 10 of the company’s 75 garment factories audited so far in the country were not fit for employees to work in. The retail giant uses about 200 factories in Bangladesh, cashing in on the nation’s cheap labor and dismal working conditions.

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