Cornell Students Against Sweatshops

Students fighting with workers for justice on our campus and around the world...

Workers and students force Rite Aid to face its wrongs.
Workers and students force Rite Aid to face its wrongs.

Cornell’s students are engaged in social issues related to sustainability on campus, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. One prominent example of our students’ international efforts is Cornell Students Against Sweatshops, which is part of a national organization mobilized around social justice issues concerning labor and human rights violations worldwide. The organization educates students on policy, international trade, work conditions and other critical topics, and also addresses how to develop solutions to these problems.

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