Inside Out


One year ago today, the Rana Plaza building in Dhaka, Bangladesh collapsed. More than 1,100 people died, thousands others were injured, leaving hundreds of children orphaned.
Those victims have yet to receive justice. But the Rana Plaza tragedy has at least drawn attention to the dangerous and difficult conditions low-wage garment industry workers face, and spawned a growing movement of people asking questions about how their clothes are made, and realizing that cheaper doesn’t always mean better.
In honor of the Rana Plaza victims, and the growing momentum for improved pay and working conditions for garment-makers, today has been declared Fashion Revolution Day. To mark the event, people around the world will wear clothing inside out to start a conversation about where their clothes come from.
Want to show support for Fashion Revolution Day? Here are some things you can do.
TAKE ACTION: Tell Walmart and Children’€™s Place to be fair. The victims of Rana Plaza have waited long enough!

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To hear from survivors of the Rana Plaza tragedy, watch the video