Alison Morse is the author of the limited edition chapbook The Price of Our Clothes (Perlman Museum) as well as the flash fiction collection If You Wave A Chicken Over Your Head (Red Bird Chapbooks). Her articles, poems and prose have been published widely in literary journals, magazines and anthologies. Alison, the proud descendant of immigrant garment makers employed in N.Y.C., is currently at work on a multi-media project about the garment industry, for which she travelled to Bangladesh to do research.
What’s Next for the International Accord for Health and Safety?
Blood on Their Hands: Over 1,375 Garment Workers Died Before Brands Signed the Original Accord
Debunking AAFA and CA Chamber of Commerce’s Stance on SB62: Here’s What Brands Really Think
Deciphering Brand Statements Around the Accord: H&M, ALDI, and C&A
ASOS Supports the Accord Extension — Why Won’t H&M?
The Bangladesh Accord Is Set to Expire on May 31: Here’s Why That Would Be Catastrophic
One Year Later: What Has Changed for Garment Workers Since the Pandemic?
Hunger Runs Rampant in the Garment Industry: Brands Need to Step Up
Garment Workers Sewing for PINK Contract Coronavirus: Brand Skirts Accountability
The Dirty Truth Behind Los Angeles’ Garment Sector