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2001-12-06

Candle Light March to End Child Labor and Sweatshop Abuses

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Last night was the National Labor Committee’s 5th annual Holiday Season of Conscience in New York, and thousands ofstudents and workers gathered to hold a vigil against sweatshop labor conditions. The New York Labor-ReligionCoalition, workers from the unions UNITE and United Steelworkers of America, New York area high school students, andthe Committee Against Labor Exploitation marched from Niketown to the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.

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  • Mai Chen, UNITE organizer.

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