They make your clothes in hellish conditions. They stand with Black Lives Matter.
Garment workers in Myanmar produce for Nike, H&M, and Zara. After going on strike, they have faced a wave of repression during the pandemic. Now they’re standing for Black lives. We interview Myanmar-based labor organizer Andrew Tillett-Sacks.
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