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California / Garment Industry / Sweatshops #412720

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 27, 1997
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(Studio: Gene Randall) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Jennifer Auther) Follow-up story on Thai immigrants, who worked in California's garment industry sweatshops, presented; scenes shown. [Former garment worker "NA" - comments on the situation.] US Immigration and Naturalization Services deal to allow the workers to remain in the United States and the creation of a White House task force of garment manufacturers noted. [Garment worker "GAO"- (thru translator) comments.] [Workers' rights attorney Julie SU - says genuine reform is needed.]

Reporter(s):
Auther, Jennifer;
Randall, Gene
Duration:
00:02:10

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