Tejid@s Junt@s / Stitched Together

Subtitle: Workers, Students, and the movement for Alta Gracia     is a fun and active documentary film exploring the relationship and shared story of Workers and Students in the anti-sweatshop movement. The film focuses on the story of Alta Gracia, a unique factory in the Dominican Republic where workers participate in a strong and independent Union, receive a living wage of more than three times the local minimum wage, and are afforded dignity and respect on the job. These workers cut and sew fabric into Tee Shirts, Hoodies, and other apparel destined for University and College bookstores bearing school names and logos. Alta Gracia is a fair alternative to the all too-common unsafe working conditions, poverty wages, and strict, repressive work environments at other factories. The... read more
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