Let’s Bring Humanity Back Into Our Stuff

We all know our stuff doesn’t grow on store shelves, but the images from Bangladesh have lent a sobering urgency to the question of where our stuff comes from, and who pays its price.

“If I define my neighbor as the one I must go out to look for, on the highways and byways, in the factories and slums, on the farms and in the mines, then my world changes.”
Gustavo Gutiérrez
Peruvian theologian and founder of Liberation Theology

After Rana Plaza: Lets Bring Humanity Back Into Our Stuff by Christa Hillstrom.

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