This article is about a factory making apparel for the US college market paying 3 1/2 times the "minimum wage [Dominican Republic]" to factory workers. The most prominant name here is Duke University; I wish it were UM. The most telling quotation:
. . . some critics view the living wage as do-gooder mumbo-jumbo . . .
(So much for human decency.)
I don't understand the legalisms or economics of U.-sporting apparel hook-ups, but I wonder if anyone has an idea if UM can get involved in something as socially redeeming as this, without falling afoul of the Adidas relationship?