Publication Date

4-2-2002

Abstract

[Excerpt] Standing for tolerance, diversity, and dialogue in an otherwise "my-way" society, Yale, Brown, UMass and Columbia should lake the lead in honoring workers' rights, not frustrating them: in reversing violations of labor rights, not reversing government/action that protects workers. When many U.S. universities call for human rights and labor rights for workers in foreign countries producing goods with (he school's logo, they should show equal concern for the rights of their own employees.

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Suggested Citation
Compa, L. (2002, April 2). A human rights problem on campus. [Electronic version]. The Washington Post, p. A14.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/227/

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