Students Against Sweatshops
M. S. Featherstone, Liza Featherstone, United Students Against Sweatshops Staff, United Students Against Sweatshops
Verso, 2002 - Education - 120 pages
United Students Against Sweatshops heads a wave of anti-sweatshop organizing that has reached over two hundred American college campuses in the past four years. From the northeast to the southwest, at public and private, large and small universities, their campaigns have wreaked havoc on the corporate campus and ruffled multinational companies whose profits depend on young consumers; they have also led to a more broadly based engagement with issues of social justice and provide a potential model for transnational student/worker solidarity.
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Students Against Sweatshops: The Making of a MovementUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
New York City journalist Featherstone and the United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) have collaborated to write a brief history of university student anti-sweatshop activism and the role of USAS ... Read full review