Globalization and Cross-border Labor Solidarity in the Americas: The Anti-sweatshop Movement and the Struggle for Social Justice

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Psychology Press, 2005 - 223 páginas
This book describes how workers, unions and NGOs from four Central American countries--Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua--fought back and struggled for social justice alongside US-based unions and NGOs.
 

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Globalization and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity in the Americas The Struggle for Social Justice
1
Globalization and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity in the Guatemalan Maquiladora Industry The Phillips VanHeusen Workers Movement
29
The Salvadoran Maquiladora Industry and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity Bridging the Gap Between Image and Reality
61
The Honduran Maquiladora Industry and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity The Kimi Campaign
85
Ni Un Paso Atras Not One Step Back Chentex and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity in the Nicaraguan Maquiladora Industry
107
Globalization and CrossBorder Labor Solidarity Is Another World Possible?
135
Glossary of Organizations
155
Notes
159
Bibliography
199
Index
217
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Ralph Armbruster-Sandoval teaches in the Chicana/o Studies department at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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