August 3, 2015


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The cheap clothing of hope

Woman badly injured in Bangladesh factory fire would do it all again to give her daughter a shot at success

Nazma Akhter, left, and her daughter, Riza, 10, outside their home in a slum in Ashulia, a suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Nazma survived the November 2012 fire in Tazreen Fashions Factory that killed 112 of her co-workers.

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Nazma Akhter, left, and her daughter, Riza, 10, outside their home in a slum in Ashulia, a suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Nazma survived the November 2012 fire in Tazreen Fashions Factory that killed 112 of her co-workers.

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