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Two Haitian-based photographers, Paolo Woods and Ben Depp, documented how racy t-shirts are making their way from the fashion department of Walmart to the backs of poor Haitians through American donations and charities. It doesn't go unnoticed that the shirts were originally made in sweatshops in Port au Prince. [Buzzfeed]