A recent China Labor Watch report entitled “The Dark World of Disney” found appalling labor conditions at two of Disney’s supplier factories in China.

Workers in the factories work 11-hour days for the equivalent of $1.32 U.S. per hour, and are required to work overtime.

They are exposed to toxic chemicals without protection or any training in how to handle them. Workers sleep in overcrowded dormitories with unsanitary facilities and are fed substandard food.

Making matters worse is that China Labor Watch has reported out on abuses in Disney factories for years, and still, workers are subjected to these conditions today.

Disney CEO Bob Iger made $45 million last year, which equals $21,634 per hour, yet workers in Disney’s factories made $1.32 per hour. That massive disparity is wrong, and Disney needs to change the way its toys are made.

Please click here and tell Disney to stop exploiting workers making their toys.

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