I Made Billboards To Show The Corporate Greed Of Fashion Industries. 1,134 people DIED after clothing factory building collapse in Bangladesh. 3 of the 4 biggest tragedies in fashion history took place in Bangladesh in 2013. When companies are making factories to lower product prices, the owners can do nothing but agree and work faster and cheaper. If not, the retailer will have this done somewhere else. The only way out is to cut costs, by reducing wages for employees, lowering the working conditions and safety, produce with no respect for the environment. “We are actually profiting from their need to work, to use them as slaves, and I’m not saying that we shouldn’t give them the work, but they have to be treated with the same respect as our children or friends. They’re not different from us ” – Livia Firth.
Music: NEZIAH. - Love
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How many people must die, How many people with a huge potential, talent, and vision must die before we start to care? Probably never! maybe because they are poor and brown. In Yemen one of the poorest countries in the world in which the Holocaust is taking place, before our eyes wide shut, for our tax money. “One child dies every 10 minutes in Yemen” -UNICEF ——-
Street art where made on streets of London /Brick Lane/Buxton st
"CHRISTMAS IN YEMEN"
"CHRISTMAS IN YEMEN"
Still fucking nothing changes. I Made Billboards (VID) To Spark A Light On The Humanitarian Crisis In Yemen Which Become Hell On Earth. “One child dies every 10 minutes in Yemen” -UNICEF
Yemen is now enduring one of the world’s largest humanitarian crises, with at least 22.2 million people in need of humanitarian assistance and more than one million suspected cases of cholera. - Amnesty International
The USA, UK, France, Spain, Canada, and Turkey transferred nearly US$5.9 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia between 2015 and 2016, including drones, bombs, torpedoes, rockets, and missiles, which risk being used to facilitate serious violations in Yemen. -Amnesty International
Britain has blocked European Union efforts to establish an independent international inquiry into the war in Yemen, prompting dismay among human rights groups. -The Guardian
Cluster bombs are indiscriminate weapons that have been rightly banned by more than 100 countries including the UK, so it’s truly shocking that a British cluster munition has been dropped on a civilian area in Yemen. -Amnesty International
At least 4,600 civilians killed during the conflict, More than 8,000 civilians injured. More than 1,200 Children, had been killed. -Amnesty International
Since March 2015, the US and UK have together transferred more than US$5 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia which is leading the military coalition in Yemen. -Amnesty International
All parties to the armed conflict committed serious violations of international law with impunity. The Huthis and their allies took no steps to investigate serious violations by their forces and hold those responsible to account. -Amnesty International
The USA, UK and France must immediately cease supplying arms to the Saudi Arabia-led coalition fighting in Yemen, which is impeding humanitarian assistance, including items indispensable to the survival of civilians, said Amnesty International. According to the UN and humanitarian agencies, food and medicine are being blocked and vital supplies will run out in a matter of weeks. -Amnesty International
Children often recognize McDonald’s logo before they recognize their own name.
Experts say children are particularly sensitive to marketing because their development stage (especially at age 8 and younger) has not yet enabled them to recognize an intentional promotion.
American children see over a 1000 fast food commercials on television every year, and hundreds more from McDonald’s than any other brand. According to WHO if current trends continue the number of overweight or obese infants and young children (aged 0 to 5 years) globally will increase from 32 million globally in 1990 through 41 million in 2016 to 70 million by 2025.
Children are encouraged by restaurants to choose specific menu items when they are linked to free toys – HFIO
As poor countries – particularly in East Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean – have become wealthier, children who were mostly underweight have also become mostly overweight. “These worrying trends reflect the impact of food marketing and policies across the globe, with healthy, nutritious foods too expensive for poor families and communities,” said Professor Majjid Ezzati, lead author of the childhood obesity study from Imperial College London. In the interest of children’s health, San Francisco lawmakers attempted to ban McDonald’s from giving away toys with Happy Meals. However, McDonald’s lawyers found a loophole—they were able to offer the toys as an additional 10 cent purchase.
Obesity will overtake smoking if left unabated as the #1 cause of preventable death in the U.S.
Unfortunately, I am not able to draw attention to all fast food industry impacts such as agriculture, economic, advertising, environmental, health and more.
Mcdonalds served us only as an example of what corporate greed leads to, unfortunately, there is a mass of other food corporations that contribute to the destruction of any possibility of a decent future for the next generations and environment.
However, it is us as consumers, we give a vote every time we buy a product, so maybe we should start to”vote” wisely.
VIDEO I Hanged Ronald Mcdonald Above Mcdonald's Restaurant To Draw Attention to Shocking Facts
"WAR CHILD, CHILD WITHOUT A MAMA"
"WAR CHILD, CHILD WITHOUT A MAMA"
STREET ART INSTALLATION
Title inspired by poem For Emmanuel Jal
for five years, young Emmanuel Jal fought as a child soldier in Sudan. Rescued by an aid worker, he’s become an international hip-hop star and an activist for kids in war zones. In words and lyrics, he tells the story of his amazing life.
Street Art installation presents a child, making drawings (dreams, desires). Any child can become homeless from the installation, in the absence of support, love, attention or lack of favorable conditions.
"NOW I FEEL BETTER"
Prague, Czech republic
Our work Sick future, on Berlin Wall P.S. No disrespect to JB .