Here is a list of all the sources we used during our project.
Locke. Personal interview. 31st March 2014
Messenger. Personal interview. 31st March 2014
Velasquez, James. Minimum wage debate: “How sweatshops are good for the poor” Policyomic. 2012. www.policyomic.com/articles/9459/minimum-wage -debate-how-sweatshops-are-actually-good-for-the-poor
Unknown – Womenandsweatshoplabour - https://www.mtholyoke.edu/~nshah/fashioncrimes/Sweatshops.html
Rees, Alex, and Angela Vittelo. Unknown. Buzzfeed. Unknown, May 1st 2013. www.buzzfeed.com/Alex Rees/23-brands-caught-in-sweatshop-scandels
Unknown. ”causes”. Do.something.Unknown, Unknown. www.dosomething.org/tipsandtool/ Background-on-sweatshops
Cheung Personal interview. 31st March 2014
dailymail reporter.unknown.dailymail. Unknown, 13th July 2011. www.dailymail.co.uk/sweatshops
Herumin, Wendy. Child Labour Today. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-publication, 2008.
Adam Woog. A sweatshop during the Industrial Revolution, Farmington Hills, Michigan, 2003