The film "The True Cost" reminded me of when journalist Adam Matthews was a guest earlier in the semester and he discussed the unsafe working conditions in India’s leather industry. This film centers on the fashion industry and how it makes so much profit from clothing but also comes at a high price for workers who make the clothing. It focuses on workers protesting in Cambodia and the factory fire in Bangladesh.The film makes a point to mention that globalization promises cheaper clothes for consumers and job opportunities for people in poorer countries to work themselves out of poverty, but it doesn’t. I highly recommend this film which can be watched on Netflix.
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