AP Photographer’s Haunting Portraits of Rana Plaza’s Amputee Survivors

by , 07/03/13   filed under: Worker Rights

Rana Plaza, Bangladesh, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, workers rights, human rights, sweatshops, sweatshop workers, sweatshop labor, forced labor, Kevin Frayer, Associated Press

27-year-old Rikta, 27, who worked on the third floor of Rana Plaza, had her right arm amputated inside the rubble nearly 72 hours after the building came crashing down.

Rana Plaza, Bangladesh, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, workers rights, human rights, sweatshops, sweatshop workers, sweatshop labor, forced labor, Kevin Frayer, Associated Press

Aroti, 16, who worked on the fifth floor of Rana Plaza, lost her right leg at the hospital after she was rescued 72 hours after the building collapsed.

Rana Plaza, Bangladesh, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style, workers rights, human rights, sweatshops, sweatshop workers, sweatshop labor, forced labor, Kevin Frayer, Associated Press

Sonia, 18, who worked on the sixth floor of Rana Plaza, had her right leg amputated after she was caught in the debris for 48 hours.

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