Gallery: U.K. Students Activists Strip Naked to Protest Sweatshop Clothing

People & Planet, students, human rights, workers rights, sweatshops, sweatshop labor, forced labor, U.K., United Kingdom, Workers Rights Consortium, eco-fashion, sustainable fashion, green fashion, ethical fashion, sustainable style

Students across the UK are taking it all off- in support of workers’ rights. In a protest against unfair conditions in sweatshops, British students are banding together, and making a statement by not wearing sweatshop clothing– or much of anything at all. The stunt will help bring attention to the Worker’s Rights Consortium (WRC)’s plea for universities to buy only ethical clothing.

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