Noise pollution on the pulsating streets of Dhaka is impacting the health and well-being of the capital’s residents
“My head is spinning,” Aklima said to me in Bangla.
It was a chilly spring day in Chicago, and Aklima was a labour activist who had come from Bangladesh as part of an anti-sweatshop activist tour. She was a slender, pretty 20-year-old Bangladeshi who’d been working in factories since age 12. Last year, she’d been one of the 3,500 workers inside Rana Plaza when it collapsed. (Read More)