GAP has been at the center of this anti-sweatshop fight since the ’90s. GAP is more transparent than it used to be and has made more of an effort to make sure that its garment workers are treated humanely. GAP even donated millions of dollars to the victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, which killed over 1000 people. But garment workers at factories that make GAP clothing still protest and strike. Why? Their wages are absolute garbage. Plus, they can’t even unionize. GAP has a long way to go before it is as humane as it seems.