Union Made T-shirts Showing Support to Labor

Repower America, a project of The Alliance for Climate Protection, has annually shown support to labor by purchasing union made T-shirts from Ethix Merch. These organizations understand that climate change can only be addressed by including organized labor and creating "clean energy jobs", and they have chosen to express their commitment to labor allies by supporting union made products.

Custom Caps - Keep Warm, or Cool, with Labor and Environmental Standards!

Headwear comes in a wide array of shapes and styles, making it one of the most popular accessories. But do you know whether your organization's custom hats were made with ethics in mind?
Be certain that your caps, bandannas, headbands, and more are made with fair labor practices and organic materials the next time you order.

20110127_alta_gracia_shirts.jpg_bLiving Wage, Union Made Apparel

Have you heard of Alta Gracia, the living wage union made brand of collegiate apparel? The factory making these shirts is monitored by the Worker Rights Consortium, (WRC), a highly respected independent labor rights watchdog. Over 350 college bookstores now carry Alta Gracia; you can search this website for a bookstore near you. 

Blue-Green Values Found in Sundance Gear Sundance Film Festival is a world famous event, but did you know they select merchandise with values in mind? It makes sense festival organizers believe in supporting green and local, since they are "dedicated to the discovery and development of independent artists...

Union Made and USA Made Outwear

We want to know the clothing keeping us warm is made under safe working conditions and with organic and recycled materials whenever possible. If you're reading this, you probably feel the same way! Fortunately, there are a range of options for the ethical shopper. If you were the one charged with finding the perfect winter coat embellished with your company or organization's logo, then please use this handy guide to know what options you have.

20101112_EB_picChild Labor and Sweatshop-free Baby One Pieces

One of the most heartbreaking realities of our current fashion supply chain is how many children work to make clothes for other children. If you were born in the wrong hemisphere where few options exist for education, then you and your family could have ended up working in a sweatshop alongside kids who ought to be in school.