Examines the United States apparel industry in the 1990s, including the efforts being made by fashion designers and manufacturers to keep the business thriving in the country. Features interviews with garment workers in New York City and El Salvador. Labor investigator Charles Kernaghan discusses his part in the discovery of the government's role in the spending of nearly a billion dollars to encourage garment manufacturers to relocate to Central America and the Caribbean.
CA Working Group/We Do the Work, PO Box 10326, Oakland, CA 94610, Phone: (510)268-9675, Fax: (510)268-3606, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, URL: http://www.pbs.org/livelyhood
Available on VHS
Running time 30 minutes.
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