First, I will no longer use or purchase products from retailers named until they have demonstrated the worth of their words by announcing details in a few months of what has been accomplished. Second, based on the labels already found in my closet, contact the several retailers who are not mentioned in previous articles and inquire of them what steps they are taking to regain the trust of this particular consumer by working with suppliers to improve factory safety.
During this time of sorting things out, those items will remain in the closet unused - and serve as a reminder that there is unfinished work to be done - and that we consumers are a big part of the equation.
This one stands out as a classic for me, because she goes so well into the importance of the words we choose to use. Her ending two sentences say something very important for us all to remember - I know I will.
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