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Nike Campaign

The Nike Anti-Sweatshop campaign is one branch of a larger global movement aimed at raising awareness about labor conditions in manufacturing zones of developing nations where major global corporations increasingly contract for the manufacture of their products. There are hundreds of web sites concerning these issues.

Strategic Public Relations, Sweatshops, and the Making of a Global Movement by BJ Bullert - An overview of the Nike Sweatshop campaign.

Chronology of the Nike Sweatshop Labor Campaign by Jeff Ballinger (Press for Change)

Primary Nike/Anti-Sweatshop Campaign Network Sites