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China Watchdog: China's Arrest of Activists Investigating Ivanka Trump-linked Factory Unprecedented | Democracy Now!

8.6.17

China Watchdog: China's Arrest of Activists Investigating Ivanka Trump-linked Factory Unprecedented | Democracy Now!: China is refusing to release three activists who were arrested while they were investigating labor conditions at a factory manufacturing Ivanka Trump brand shoes. The three men were working with the New York-based nonprofit China Labor Watch. The arrests came just weeks after Ivanka Trump secured three new exclusive trademarks in China. China accuses the investigators of interfering with the operation of the factory. China Labor Watch denies the allegations and says this is the first time in nearly two decades of its existence that any of its investigators have been detained. Amnesty International has joined in demanding the release of the trio. To talk more about what this means, we are joined in Washington, D.C., by Kevin Slaten, who was program coordinator for China Labor Watch until last year.


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