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March 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Boycott of Jessica McClintock Ends: A pledge by the San Francisco-based clothing company to help promote fair labor practices prompted the garment workers group Asian Immigrant Women Advocates to call off its 3-year-old consumer boycott. "The agreement signifies an important milestone in efforts to establish cooperative relationships among all levels of industry," Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich said. The boycott began after subcontractor Lucky Sewing Co.
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March 23, 1996 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Boycott of Jessica McClintock Ends: A pledge by the San Francisco-based clothing company to help promote fair labor practices prompted the garment workers group Asian Immigrant Women Advocates to call off its 3-year-old consumer boycott. "The agreement signifies an important milestone in efforts to establish cooperative relationships among all levels of industry," Labor Secretary Robert B. Reich said. The boycott began after subcontractor Lucky Sewing Co.
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August 1, 1993 | Sarah Henry, Sarah Henry is a staff writer with the Center for Investigative Reporting in San Francisco. Laura Proctor provided research on this piece. Henry's last article for this magazine was "The Poison Trail," about the smuggling of toxic trash across the U.S. - Mexico border.
A LITTLE AFTER 4 ON A FRIDAY AFTERNOON IN MARCH, about two dozen women are congregating for a workers'-rights rally in San Francisco's Union Square. As its name suggests, this is a labor landmark, but that's not why the women have chosen to meet here. Surrounding the square is one of the city's toniest shopping areas, where seductive window displays show off buttery leather, jewel-tone silks and the latest designer fashions.
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