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10 Jul 2013

Author:
Julie McCarthy, NPR

Bangladesh Collapse: The Garment Workers Who Survived

It's been 2 1/2 months since the Rana Plaza collapsed on garment workers in Bangladesh, exposing abysmal safety conditions in the country's factories. On a recent trip to Bangladesh, I sought out the survivors of what was the in the history of the garment industry. An overwhelming number are women many in their early 20s.

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