Right now, Gap is helping to clean up the Next Collections sweatshop in Bangladesh. But focus is everything: we must demand that the 21 workers who were illegally terminated are reinstated in their position and that their back wages are paid.
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Thousands of garment workers at Next Collections factory in Bangladesh work well past 10 p.m. every day -- sometimes until 5 a.m. -- making children's skinny jeans and jeggings for Gap Inc.'s Old Navy stores.
Multinational corporations like Lear, Hyundai and Kia walk off with millions in tax breaks, while Honduras workers earn just 99 cents an hour, racing backward into misery.
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