Rapid Response Network Calls for Solidarity with Garment Workers in Haiti against Wage Theft and Exploitation!
Cross-posted from One Struggle
By organizers for the Rapid Response Network
“We start work at six o’clock. We finish at five. We don’t have time to eat because we cannot meet the quota. The pants, the T-shirts—we are the ones producing them. We labor hard, and we don’t get paid.”
– Manuel (Union of Textile & Apparel Workers – Batay Ouvriye).