Essential Workers: ‘The World Doesn’t Care About Garment Workers’

Blue Tin Production Mercy and Hoda
Mercy (left) and Hoda Katebi, two of the founding members of Blue Tin Production Co-operative, discuss a pattern on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, at the atelier in the American Islamic College in Chicago. Pinar Istek / Round Earth Media/WBEZ
Blue Tin Production Mercy and Hoda
Mercy (left) and Hoda Katebi, two of the founding members of Blue Tin Production Co-operative, discuss a pattern on Wednesday, April 24, 2019, at the atelier in the American Islamic College in Chicago. Pinar Istek / Round Earth Media/WBEZ

Essential Workers: ‘The World Doesn’t Care About Garment Workers’

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Reset continues spotlighting essential workers, one year into the pandemic. In this interview, we hear from two garment workers and founding members of a local sewing co-op about what the pandemic has taught them.

GUESTS: Hoda Katebi, founder of Blue Tin Productions Cooperative

Mercy, founding member of Blue Tin Productions Cooperative