September 17, 2014 Slideshows

Anti-sweatshop activists demonstrate in support of living wage 

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Anti-sweatshop activists demonstrated in front of H&M, GAP and Levi's stores in support of an increase in the minimum wage for garment workers in Cambodia. The current minimum wage in Cabodian garment factories is $100 per month and the protesters propose an increase to $177 per month
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