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Labor Watchdog Discovers Disney Sweatshop Production in China - US Newswire - 8/16/05


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  • Labor Watchdog Discovers Disney Sweatshop Production in China - US Newswire - 8/16/05

    From US Newswire - 8/16/05

    Labor Watchdog Discovers Disney Sweatshop Production in China; Explosive Video Footage of Workers on the Job, Interviews with Injured Workers

    News Advisory:

    Unique and explosive video footage of sweatshop workers producing children's books in China for Disney plus a full written report on Disney's supplier's treatment of its workers will be the centerpiece of a press conference on Thursday, Aug. 18 called by Charles Kernaghan, executive director of the National Labor Committee.

    WHO: Charles Kernaghan, National Labor Committee

    WHAT: Press Conference

    WHERE: In front of Disney retail store, 5th Ave. at 55th St. (711 5th Avenue), Manhattan

    WHEN: Noon, Thursday, Aug. 18
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