The Polaris Press

Mukhta Mollah sews side seams of ladies blouses eight hours a day, six days a week at Beauty Garments Ltd. in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The paycheck has been liberating. She sends half of it to her family in her small home village near the Indian border to help pay for a younger sisters education. (Kenneth R. Weiss/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

The women of Bangladeshi sweatshops

Willa Smith, Staff Writer
December 9, 2014
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