Join us for a screening of the True Cost Documentary during Fashion Revolution Week at the Good Vibe Center on Thursday, April 25th, 2019. Doors will be at 6 PM and the film will begin promptly at 6:30 PM. Guests will enjoy complimentary vegan and gluten free treats.
Bring or wear a piece of clothing from a fast fashion retailer (something that you already own) and participate in a group activity after the film as we use the hashtag #whomademyclothes in efforts to demand serious change from brands that need to hear our voices!
Directed by Andrew Morgan, The True Cost Documentary, sheds light on the travesties that occur behind the scenes of the apparel industry. The exploitation and death of garment workers are completely unacceptable and morally wrong. We are polluting our environment with harsh chemicals that are released into our waters and we are contaminating our soil with harmful pesticides. Fashion is a beautiful form of art and self-expression. It should NEVER bring harm or death to people, animals, and our planet.
Fashion Revolution is a global movement designed to bring awareness to what really goes on behind the scenes in the international apparel industry. Teams from over 100 countries around the world campaign for systemic reform and transparency in the fashion supply chain. On April 24, 2013, the Rana Plaza in Bangladesh collapsed killing 1,134 garment workers. They died while working in unethical and unsafe conditions. Fashion Revolution Week was created to honor their lives and to fight to put an end to future suffering.
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Watch the trailer here!