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WE need job and safe environment in work place. But the way you are talking, I am afraid I am afraid if H&M turned on, we will loose jobsand suffer from hunger. I am more than happy we are working now and have a job in garments factory

American consumers must be made aware of labor conditions such as these, as some undoubtedly would become concerned. Enough concern would translate into action. Action would pressure the merchandisers to insist that their suppliers stop creating image problems for their brands. Above all, such activity would be noticed by struggling workers worldwide, and encourage them to continue to press for improvement in their lives. We must make this happen.

Wow I am shocked and saddened by this news in Bangladesh. When will the companies such as JC Penney and Abercrombie take their responsibility to the workers to make sure they have a safe job!?!

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