Rights Group Charge Sean Jean Clothing Used ‘Sweatshop’

Reuters reports workers’ rights activists said on Tuesday that hip-hop music and fashion entrepreneur Sean Combs’ trendy clothing line used a “sweatshop” in Honduras where women sew expensive garments for pitifully low pay. Factory managers cursed at workers, refused to pay overtime, fired them when they became pregnant and blocked efforts to form a union, the New York-based National Labor Committee said at a news briefing.

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