This edition: Terry Collingsworth, international labor and human rights attorneyTweet
Original tape date: September 8, 2005.
Walmart has found itself quickly becoming the company everyone loves to hate. It's been accused of forcing many “mom and pop” stores out of business, taking unfair advantage of scared immigrant laborers, discriminating against female employees, and paying its workers so poorly, they have to rely on Medicaid and food stamps to get by. But even these accusations pale besides some of those being hurled at it by those concerned with workers in poor third-world countries. What's its track record like there, and what can be done about it? Sarah Bartlett talks with Terry Collingsworth, and international labor and human rights attorney, in order to discover an answer to these questions.
Prof. Sarah Bartlett Professor, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Terry Collingsworth International Labor and Human Rigths Attorney