Sumedha Vemulakonda is concentrating on economics and law at Sarah Lawrence College. She first became an ethical fashion advocate after writing a paper on the Rana Plaza disaster, and learning about the level of human rights transgressions that take place within fast fashion production. As a writer and ambassador for Remake she hopes to educate people on labor issues within garment manufacturing.
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