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Nike Sweatshops: Behind the Swoosh

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Published on Jul 28, 2011

Nike Sweatshops: Behind the Swoosh is the ultimate video for exploring the sweatshop issue. Using Nike as a case study, the film documents first hand the widespread and oppressive and exploitative labor practices in the developing world.

Used as a resource by faculty members and community leaders across the country, Behind the Swoosh is appropriate for use in classrooms, libraries, conferences, churches, community centers and union halls.

To learn more about the fight against Nike sweatshops, visit www.facebook.com/teamsweat or www.teamsweat.org.

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mitesser80
Negroes kill each other for Jordans and Asians live in abject poverty to produce them...what a racket. Nike is so evil.
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Groth1175
Wow, Phil Knight is a piece of garbage.
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sorstudios
The wonderful world of capitalism. Keep them hungry and poor so they don't have enough strength to fight back. 
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no hassle
I think that the CEO's from the likes of Nike should work in sweatshops. See how it fucking feels to live worse than an animal for a change.
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Oasis S.
Sweatshops are natural. Firms look to outsource labour to the cheapest sources, and as standards of living rises, the labour is then outsourced to even cheaper labour. You know, in China people are complaining now of jobs being outsourced to Bangladesh. In 10-20 years, you will hear lots of stories of jobs being outsourced to Africa, mark my words. If you don't believe that sweatshops eventually lifts people out of poverty, then read this: http://www.businessinsider.com/china-overtakes-us-as-worlds-largest-economy-2014-10 China is now larger than the USA economically. And to think, in the 70's, China was considered a third world country . . . In a relatively short period of time hundreds of millions, were lifted out of poverty, one part due to sweatshops. 
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Vincent Espinoza
damn this really hurt my soul, worst part about it for me is that almost like 80% of my clothing is from nike. I love their clothing and kicks so much but I cant support this.
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Biga173rd
I'm speechless with Nike. They take greed to a whole another level like they don't make enough charging 279$ for a pair of Lebron not to take care of there workers. SMH!! 
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Rick
Excellent video. Great person! Hats off
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tmac20031
I don't understand why this video is about Nike. Shouldn't it be about INDONESIA and there crappy government!! What would these people be doing if companies like Nike weren't there? I don't understand.
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Eden Davis
Came here for a class assignment. Burning my Nike hoodie when I get home. Only thing I've ever bought by them, last thing I ever will buy from them.
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