At over 40 campuses across the United States, students are demanding that their colleges and universities take the next step in ending sweatshops. The United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) has developed the New Sweatfree Campaign, which demands that all collegiate apparel brands source from good factories, where workers have a legitimate, representative union or other representative employee body–and that they pay enough so that workers can negotiate for a living wage. UNITE HERE is supporting the USAS campaign as part of its international anti-sweatshop campaign. Participating schools include Boston College, Brown University, SUNY Albany, Purdue University and Temple University. The students’ plan would put an end to the squeeze on garment supplier factories to drive down wages and working conditions, and would create a guaranteed market for factories which live up to internationally recognized worker rights standards.