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Nike / Overseas Factories / Student Protests #192443

ABC Evening News for Monday, May 29, 2000
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(Studio: Kevin Newman) Golfer Tiger Woods shown wearing a Nike hat.

(Eugene, OR: Jim Williams) Protests on college campuses against Nike's overseas factories featured; details given of the activities of the Workers' Rights Consortium. [United Students Against Sweatshops Eric BRAKKEN - questions Nike's procedures.] [Nike, Incorporated Vada MANAGER - defends Nike working conditions.] Nike founder Phil Knight's decision to stop giving money to the University of Oregon after it joined the consortium noted. [University of Oregon vice president Duncan McDONALD - says there is miscommunication.]

Newman, Kevin;
Williams, Jim

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