Tomorrow CafePress is scheduled to replace the American Apparel manufactured “Jr. Baby Doll T-shirt” with something called the “Jr. Jersey T-Shirt” of unknown origin. American Apparel is a company whose fair labor practices are well documented. CafePress has revealed nothing at all about the sourcing of the replacement product. Since all tees offered here are ethically produced and can be documented to have been produced without sweatshop or child labor, the “Jr. Baby Doll Tee” has been deleted.
CafePress still offers organic, fitted, hoodie, raglan, tank top and dog t-shirts from American Apparel that are ethically produced. Those items have not been deleted.
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