Hundreds of garment workers in Haiti marched in a funeral procession with the casket of Sandra René, a garment worker who died from pregnancy complications. René was turned away from the hospital where she sought medical care because her factory hadn't paid into the health system. The workers marched to the government insurance office with her casket, demanding the government ensure employers meet their legal obligations so Haitian workers can access health care. Read more at the Solidarity Center.
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