Video Testimonies: Alta Gracia Workers

One of the sources for our Model Tee Project is Alta Gracia. The people who sew Alta Gracia earn a living wage -- more than three times the minimum wage in the Dominican Republic -- and are treated with respect and have a union, a voice on the job. The living-wage union-made factory is the fruit of more than a decade of students and workers collaborating across borders to change the garment industry for the better.

A Fruitful Alternative

A Thriving Community

Sustaining Lives and Facilitating Dreams

A Springboard for Progress

Inspiring Activism

Building Hope in a Sustainable Future

Make a Difference

5 things you can do:

  1. Shop Alta Gracia.
  2. Ask the school near you to carry more Alta Gracia tees or hoodies. 
  3. Make your own custom T-shirts. See our special offer!
  4. Promote the new Model Tee Project to your city.
  5. Concerned about sweatshops? Get involved!

Learn More

The New York Times
The Nation
Video by United Students Against Sweatshops
Many more resources on Worker Rights Consortium website