CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - A clothesline of shirts and pants were strung up at Marion Square Wednesday afternoon as part of a protest.
Several people used the clothesline to protest against companies that outsource labor and use factories in third world countries.
The protesters were specifically speaking out in response to a factory fire that killed more than 100 workers in Bangladesh last month.
Organizers say you can make a difference by spending your money locally.
"Research what products are fair trade and made in America, and buy those products," said Jackson Hamilton, a protester. "Boycott Walmart and Target and start buying from small business. Do your research and homework and if it's fair trade, buy it."
According to information released this week, negligence was a factor in the factory fire in Bangladesh.