Pope Francis took time during his May Day homily to pray for the victims and their families as well as condemn the labor practices that took their lives.
by Leslie Salzillo •
A factory which had previously caught fire in Bangladesh now has collapsed, killing even more workers who make clothes for major brands sold at retail giants such as Walmart.
by Elisabeth Parker •
Bangladesh factory representatives asked Walmart, Sears, the Gap, and other retailers to chip in for fire protection. Guess who said no? Now, over 100 workers are dead.
by Egberto Willies •
Many of our capitalists yearn for unfettered capitalism. Countries like Bangladesh give them the closest realization of laissez faire capitalism.
by Lorraine Devon Wilke •
My guess is Bangladeshi workers would also like to ‘save money and live better.’ Instead, 124 of them died while working hard to create products Americans are buying for those ‘low, low prices.’