45 minutes | Aug 11, 2020

Fashion Has A Racism Problem with Aja Barber & Salamishah Tillet

We all love clothes, let's Remember Who Made Them. In episode 2 of this podcast, Swatee discusses fashion and racism with Aja Barber and Salamishah Tillet. Devi reads a poem by Wu Xia, a Chinese garment worker - demonstrating the connectedness of our fashion industry from the person who makes our clothes to the person who buys and wears them.Find our guestsAja Barber: @ajabarber/Salamishah Tillet: @salamishahFind us on Patreon: RememberwhomadethemFind us on Instagram: @rememberwhomadethem/Get in touch: hello@rememberwhomadethem.comResources Aja Barber’s post on brand accountability: https://bit.ly/30JQrMeSalamishah for the New York Times on fashion and racism: https://nyti.ms/33K3cIDHow to Fix the Fashion Industry’s Racism by Minh-Ha T. Pham: https://bit.ly/3fM0UepMore on the group in Guatemala references, AFEDES: https://bit.ly/30JrY9Lhttps://bit.ly/30GwA0p North American Free Trade Agreement: https://bit.ly/2PIEGPGWorld Trade Organisation: wto.orgPodcast artwork by: @judith_p.raynaultMusic: Melisa Le Rue Life Is Beautiful produced by Colin EmmanuelDisclaimer: This is a non-profit campaign. Everyone involved is giving their time free of charge. This podcast is not sponsored and features no adverts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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