Making the Cross

Labor Group Alleges Religious Gift Shops Are Selling Crucifixes Made by [Chinese] Sweatshop Labor.

Update: Read the full report at the National Labor Committee webpage.

Meanwhile, the Archdiocese of New York gets mad at the NLC for making the connection, and at the media for reporting it (“what can only be deemed hostility and bigotry toward religion”), not at the Chinese for their labor practices. NLC responds.

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  1. Hello! Does anyone look at the made in China stickers on most of our religous products, one does not have to discover that they are made in sweat shops to realise there is an irony in China being the largest producer of religous items. Even if they were made in ultra modern factories with great conditions there is still little relogous liberty

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