What Goes Into Your Hershey's Chocolate Bar?

Hundreds of foreign students paid $3,000-$6,000 each to come participate in what they thought was a “cultural exchange program.” Instead, they found themselves at the Hershey’s chocolate plant in Palmyra, Pennsylvania, working for sub-par wages that were then docked for their room and board. The students organized and walked out in protest—and then enlisted the help of other local workers and unions. Watch this powerful story today:

Found on GuestworkerAlliance’s YouTube channel. Originally submitted by volunteer editor Mark H.

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