Fast Fashion: Sickening enough …

(But now we’re eating our own clothes)

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“they addicted us … who needs all these clothes? Who needs all this crap?”

“One garbage truck full of textiles is landfilled or burnt every second.”

https://truecostmovie.com

“My God, we can do better than this” says the narrator

“There is nothing beautiful in seeing a river polluted by toxic dyes or a garment worker surviving on a pittance while toiling in dangerous sweatshop conditions.”

Picture by Thomas Lefebvre@Imthebear on Unsplash
https://www.trustedclothes.com/blog/2017/07/07/dark-side-cotton-industry/
“Bubbles” — a contemporary comment on sweat shops. Punch, 1845 (Purchased) http://www.historyhome.co.uk/peel/economic/sweat.htm

“the result of the actions of soulless multinationals and rapacious local entrepreneurs, whose only concern was to take advantage of the profit opportunities offered by cheap labor.”

https://mic.com/articles/191658/meet-hautelemode-the-creator-of-fashions-most-viral-and-incisive-memes#.dB7phf5bD
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Margaret Allen

An Englishwoman in California, writer, teacher of medicine, likes chickens, bees, and vegetables. Supports the Green New Deal. Tries to keep her language clean.