The fire at Tazreen factory in Bangladesh last November might have already slipped out of our minds. But to the families of the 112 workers that were killed two months ago, the pain is still fresh, especially since they have to deal with another whole new problem.
Tazreen Fashions has yet to pay out any of the compensation they promised, not even the last paychecks of the deceased. It might be an understatement to say families of the deceased are in need of money, because they lost not only their love ones, but also the primary breadwinners of their families. The financial states of these families are like salt onto their unseen wounds. —Photos by AP/text by Alisia Pek