ALBANY, NY — The “Sweat Shop Workers Speak Out Tour,” which includes Honduran and Haitian garment workers, is traveling throughout New York State to highlight the deadly working conditions of the garment industry whose participants work at factories owned and contracted by Gildan Activewear, supplier of New York State Police shirts.
The statewide sponsors of the “Sweat Shop Workers Speak Out Tour” and the “Sweat-Free New York Campaign” include Labor-Religion Coalition of New York State, New York State United Teachers, International Labor Rights Forum & Sweatfree Communities, and United Students Against Sweatshops.
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