Few women on earth understands the dark realities of fast fashion than Kalpon Akter. A former child laborer, turned civil and labor rights activist, she has lobbied her the U.S. Congress as well as her own Bangladeshi government to clean up the global supply chain and protect the dignity of workers. Nine out of ten assembly line garments workers are women. They face sexual violence in the work place; excruciatingly long shifts; and are often paid less than one hundred dollars a month. Kalpona aims to change that.