Stop Gap Sweatshops
Late 20th Early 21st Century
22 in HIGH x 13.75 in WIDE
(55.88 cm HIGH x 34.92 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left corner: " "Recycle" symbol "Allied Printing Union Label" logo 147 Inkworks Press". | Bottom left: " to learn more: / 1-800-497-1994 / www.globalexchange.org".

Poster is printed on white paper. Poster is a notice to boycott Gap clothing stores. Poster has a thin border with colored images and text. At the top right corner is text that reads: "Stop Gap / Sweatshops". In the center of the poster is a man dressed in pants with an orange vest and brown shoes. To the left and right of the man are lines that point to three blocks of text. The block at the left reads: "pro fleece vest / $29.50 / Made by Cambodian / women earning $40/month. / The workers say they need $60/month to meet their / basic needs.". The top block of text on the right reads: "original sweatshirt / $24.50 / Made with indentured / labor here in the US, on the island of Saipan.". The bottom right block of text reads: "carpenter cards / $29.50 / The Chinese women who / work 12 hours a day making / these pants face being fired / or beaten if they complain.". AT the bottom of the poster is orange text that reads: "Ask Gap To Pay Workers A Living Wage / And Treat Them With Dignity". At the bottom right corner is a "GAP" logo with a red "X" over it.
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