THIS FRIDAY >> @ the Textile Center
I had been working with Sol Inspiration's for a while, the issues of fast fashion and careless corporations were becoming closer and closer to my heart. I had been educating myself, learning about the horrors of factories, value perception, cheap labor, etc. But this was on a whole new level, this was an inexcusable catastrophe.
I took the paper back to my room, I read the article, I watched coverage on TV, I obsessed and read everything online. It took me out of my vacation for hours. I WAS (and AM) SO ANGRY. And so, so motivated.
LET'S CONTINUE MOVING THAT MOTIVATION TOWARDS REAL CHANGE and a really educated public!
I will see you on Friday and we will continue making steps in the right direction, the direction that respects the people in the fashion industry as well as the ecosystem that surrounds it. Bring your friends that aren't the ones working for Greenpeace, bring the ones NOT already buying everything they own second hand, bring those friends that LOVE Forever 21 and Charotte Russe.
Simply bring your friends, your grandma, your neighbor! Invite your social networks and really make this experience one that will change the mindset of many!
LINKSSSS for learrrrning
Time for a Fashion Revolution!
Collapsed Factory Was Built Without Permit
Bangladesh Factory Collapse: Death Toll Climbs To More Than 300 (VIDEO, PHOTOS)
Big BIG Thanks to Hannah of Life+Style+Justice for making this thing happen!
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