Last night's Last Week Tonight took a look at some of the most popular cheap clothing companies in the US, examining how companies like H&M, Walmart, and Joe Fresh manage to rack up piles of money every year with their dirt cheap (and quality) clothing and how The Gap has continued to thrive despite its long history of sweatshop labor. Oliver and crew decided that the only way to show clothing brands that we care about unfair labor practices would be to deliver the message in a language they can understand: the Spring Collection of Your Lunch Tomorrow.
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