Raging Grannies protest Apple using abusive Chinese labor


Raging Grannies miccheckpeterm raging grannies protest apple using abusive chinese labor

JUNE 18, 2012 – The Raging Grannies set up a music stage in front of a Apple Store in Palo Alto, California to protest Apple using cheap and abusive labor from China. The Raging Grannies feel that Apple profits off of the long hours, low pay and other horrible working conditions that Chinese laborers suffer under, and want this issue addressed. They joined with the Redwood City Occupiers, and also the Cuban music band VL Trio, and sang songs and called attention to this problem in their special way. They reported that many shoppers walking by called out their support. To see pictures from this event and more, check out their post on DU here, and also check out their website RagingGrannies.com. (Photo credit: miccheckpeterm)

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