SMU-in-London 2008

This summer 48 SMU students are traveling to London to study communication courses, including international media, free speech, creative advertising, British cinema and the global civil society. Some students also are interning with international human rights organizations, including Amnesty International, Pants to Poverty, and Save the Children, to name a few.

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Pants to Poverty

Image0004.jpgRachael is a senior CCPA major from St. Petersburg, Florida:

I am working for Pants to Poverty, a new and innovative social enterprise that combines a business model with the unique elements of an NGO (non-governmental organization) and social movements. Through the sale of designer, sweat-shop free, organic pants, they demand business practices and promote activism by capitalizing on the consumer culture. Read more about Pants to Poverty

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