syrian girls inside turkey’s garment industry

In her hometown of Aleppo, Syria, Loury was a budding musical prodigy. But these days, Loury’s fingers know only the stitch of a cheap T-shirt. Since age 11, when government shelling drove her family from their home, Loury has worked a series of low-wage and illegal jobs in Istanbul. See full story in the New York Times. In collaboration with the Fuller Project for International Reporting.

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