Why are General Motors workers in Colombia on a hunger strike? They say GM fired them from its Bogota car plant when work injuries crippled them. And what are sweat-free communities? We’ll find that out from the International Labor Rights Forum which is fighting sweatshops around the world.

ON Heartland Labor Forum (Repeat) | March 15, 2013 | 5:00 am

International Labor Rights Forum 7 GM Hunger Strike

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Why are General Motors workers in Colombia on a hunger strike? They say GM fired them from its Bogota car plant when work injuries crippled them. And what are sweat-free communities? We’ll find that out from the International Labor Rights Forum which is fighting sweatshops around the world.

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