This interactive multi-media presentation details the month Keady, the director of Educating for Justice,  spent in an Indonesian factory workers slum living on $1.25 a day, a typical wage paid to Nike’s subcontracted workers.

Along with personal accounts, the presentation includes the latest information on Nike’s labor and environmental practices and challenges the audience to deal in human terms with the women, men, and sometimes children, who are the foundation of global manufacturing.

I hope you enjoy it!

For more information regarding Jim Keady and his organization, you can visit www.teamsweat.org.

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