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Nike also chairs a committee within an anti-sweatshop organization called the Multi-Fiber Agreement Forum, whose guidelines require participating companies to make sure garment workers receive legally-mandated severance pay – ironic, considering the $2.2 million Nike still owes its workers at Hugger and Vision Tex.
So far Nike’s Board of Directors has turned a blind eye to this behavior, but students aren’t standing for it. United Students Against Sweatshops’ network launched a national "Just Pay It!" campaign against Nike in January, partnering with the Hugger and Vision Tex workers in demanding the $2.2 million Nike owes them in severance.