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EDITOR’S NOTE: This video incorrectly refers to a disaster at a garment building in Bangladesh on April 24, 2013 as a fire, when it was in fact a building collapse. The accompanying text has been corrected to reflect this fact: A garment building collapse in Bangladesh on April 24, 2013 has claimed over 200 lives. Kalpona Akter of the Bangladeshi Center for Worker Solidarity and Liana Foxvog of International Labor Rights Forum join Hannah Sung to discuss their work after a fire in November 2012 claimed 111 lives and what retailers should do in the aftermath of the latest garment factory tragedy

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