A Bangladesh clothing factory building that collapsed this week included manufacturers employed by Canadian retailer Joe Fresh. It's just the latest in a string of tragedies in the country's overwhelmed clothing industry, but if you're wondering how the clothes you buy in North America can make a difference in the future, read on.

A Bangladesh clothing factory building that collapsed this week included manufacturers employed by Canadian retailer Joe Fresh. It's just the latest in a string of tragedies in the country's overwhelmed clothing industry, but if you're wondering how the clothes you buy in North America can make a difference in the future, read on.

Bangladesh Rana Plaza Anniversary Fashion Revolution Day (Vogue.com UK)

How The World Has Changed Since Rana Plaza

This is an example of a social media graphic meant to spread awareness for the Disney Boycott.

This is an example of a social media graphic meant to spread awareness for the Disney Boycott.

Protesters who want Rana dead continue to march through the streets of Bangladesh.

Heartbreaking, Horrific Images Of The Bangladesh Factory Collapse

Protesters who want Rana dead continue to march through the streets of Bangladesh.

"Brand labels are found in the rubble from the collapsed garment factory building, Saturday, May 4, 2013 in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh."

"Brand labels are found in the rubble from the collapsed garment factory building, Saturday, May 4, 2013 in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh."

#regram from @georgievale #fastfashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Workers are paid pennies on the dollar for each garment they make. Employers force workers to work in unsafe conditions. As recent as 2013 when the collapse of Rana Plaza in the Dhaka district of Bangladesh killed more than 1100 factory workers the mistreatment of these workers has been known to corporations as well as the public. The only way mistreatment of workers will stop is when we all join…

#regram from @georgievale #fastfashion is one of the most polluting industries in the world. Workers are paid pennies on the dollar for each garment they make. Employers force workers to work in unsafe conditions. As recent as 2013 when the collapse of Rana Plaza in the Dhaka district of Bangladesh killed more than 1100 factory workers the mistreatment of these workers has been known to corporations as well as the public. The only way mistreatment of workers will stop is when we all join…

Filming outside #Tazreen factory where a fire killed over 100 #garment workers who were making clothes for western brands such as #walmart

Filming outside #Tazreen factory where a fire killed over 100 #garment workers who were making clothes for western brands such as #walmart

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