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International Workers Rights Caucus Urges Companies to Protest Anti-Worker Activities in Bangladesh International Workers Rights Caucus September 2, 2010
Sweatshop Army: Why does the Pentagon use low-road companies to feed and clothe our troops? In These Times September 2, 2010
Bangladesh's rioting garment workers War on Want September 1, 2010
International Workers Rights Caucus Urges Companies to Protest Anti-Worker Activities in Bangladesh 111th U.S. Congress Press Release September 1, 2010
Textile strikes rock Bangladesh SocialistWorker.org August 24, 2010
Great advert for workers’ unity Tribune Magazine (UK) August 17, 2010
Labor and Human Rights Organizations Call on Government of Bangladesh to Release Worker Rights Advocates ILRF Press Release August 16, 2010
Bangladesh Arrests 21 After Rallies The New York Times August 16, 2010
Bangladeshi Women Garment Workers Strike for $72 per month Labor Notes August 12, 2010
BANGLADESH: Labour groups urge end to worker repression Just-style.com August 6, 2010
Advocates Call On Government of Bangladesh to Cease Repression of Workers ILRF Press Release August 5, 2010
Bangladesh, With Low Pay, Moves In on China The New York Times July 20, 2010
Factory Defies Sweatshop Label, but Can It Thrive? The New York Times July 16, 2010
Fair Trade, shared space in Olympia The News Tribune July 11, 2010
The Other Side Of World Cup Footballs IPS News July 1, 2010
Seattle to Begin Using Sweatfree Uniform Purchasing Policy Councilmember Nick Licata Press Release June 29, 2010
As world watches soccer's Cup, Nike critic sees red Los Angeles Times June 28, 2010
On the One-Year Anniversary of the Coup, Honduran Social Movement Announces General Strike SweatFree Communities Press Release June 28, 2010
On the One-Year Anniversary of the Coup, Honduran Social Movement Announces General Strike Press Release June 28, 2010
Bangladesh Workers Demand More Pay Al Jazeera June 26, 2010