Remembering the Triangle Factory Fire, 100 years later

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Remember also the 1993 Zhili Toy Factory Fire, China‚Äôs greatest fire death toll since the initiation of the Open Door Policy and the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone in 1980. Fire safety measures must be installed. Always. – Jenny Chan, Hong Kong   30 Jan 2017

Given such a tragedy and the subsequent standards created almost 100 years ago and the progression of technology, I am saddened to have read that two major U.S. cities sweatshop percentages are over 60%. – JADP, Spring Hill, TN   27 Jan 2017

A very tragic event, that in the end supported new ways of law. These people may have died, but not in vein. Today we should reflect back on what happen, and make sure it never happens again. In conclusion, the people that died should be remembered, and never forgotten. For if it weren't for them, laws may never have changed, and you might have been the one in the fire. – E.H, NC   24 Jan 2017

I'm really glad we adopted these laws from this fire. Imagine if we never had, and these fires kept happening. – grace, St. Charles   23 Jan 2017

sad but interesting – austin, gettysburg   20 Jan 2017

soooo sad – Xce, spartanburg   20 Jan 2017

interesting but sad – JAG,   20 Jan 2017

This is truly awful. – BF, South Carolina   18 Jan 2017

this was very tragic for the families – AS, St. Charles IL   17 Jan 2017

They should be ashamed of themselves the women and men died because the didn't wanna upgrade the building. – TC, South Carolina   17 Jan 2017

It was a very sad event – Leo Kim, Virginia   17 Jan 2017

A very sad event that could have been prevented. – Evan Barrett, St.Charles   16 Jan 2017

I'm upset this happened but i'm glad that something good came out of it so this never happens again. – Madison Dresden, St.Charles IL   16 Jan 2017

God bless – Katie, Idaho   16 Jan 2017

So sad – Katie Ripley, Texas/ Idaho   16 Jan 2017

this was very tragic for the families – AS, St. Charles IL   13 Jan 2017

this is sad and i hope that people will prevent this in the future – jeremiah rivera , the burmuda triangle   13 Jan 2017

This has made a huge impact on the U.S. – Anthony Falzone, St.Charles   13 Jan 2017

This was a sad event, immorality of the highest level manifested in the workplace. – Sam Wade, St. Charles IL   13 Jan 2017

The Triangle fire is sad and it should have never happen. – Ethan Cruz, St.Charles   13 Jan 2017

In the Triangle Fire in 1911 this had a really big impact on the U.S working conditions in jobs. It's sad to see to this day that people these day take advantage of people to give them very little money for such long hours, and for the owner to get filthy rich. If they were to once take a walk in their shoe they could really see how much bad they have done to these people. – B.O, St.Charles IL   13 Jan 2017

People really should have been more aware on the working conditions and how cheaply buildings were made. If people cared this tragic event might not have happpened – Abby, St. Charles   13 Jan 2017

Tthis is so sad and tragic it should have never happened – Emma Domoleczny, St.charles Illinois   12 Jan 2017

wow this is really sad why would this happen – an, somewhere   12 Jan 2017

this isreallly ssad i know mny family members died god bless them – aliyahmccreary, new york   12 Jan 2017

Thats really really sad i feel really bad the youngest one that passed was only 15 years old and the fire escape collapsed that is really sad and i feel so very sad and grieved that the famillies had to suffer ver awful and i wanted to know how did these famillies take the loss of their passed relatives – Kaya Pagan, New York   12 Jan 2017

It's so sad that they were starving everyday even thought they worked 12- 18 hour days and still didn't have enough money to get more food. – Julia Gaugel, St.Charles IL   12 Jan 2017

This was a tragic event but it really turned things around for workers in the US. – Grace Townsend, Chicago IL   12 Jan 2017

very awful, the negligence is sickening – Lauren Walker , St. Charles, Illinois   12 Jan 2017

I can't believe that people ever had to go through that and still go through it today, its horrifying, and i think that everyone should read it tell tell other people about it. – Callie B., St.Charles IL   12 Jan 2017

This is so sad, nothing like this should have ever happened – CB, Illinois   12 Jan 2017

This was very sad and not fair to the workers or their families. – Shannon M, Chicago IL   12 Jan 2017

This is so sad. This fire has had an important role in history, but this event isn't well known. People should know about this and recognize this sad event. :( – Isabella J, Illinois   12 Jan 2017

Although it was tragic, it made the government more aware so they put in better safety regulations so there was a positive side to this – Lane H, Chicago, IL   12 Jan 2017

This was a very powerful story. This should be used to show students the bad side of industrialization and that 146 people had died, many of them by jumping off from the 9th story to their deaths and others burning in the fire. Just imagining the idea of having to work in the same conditions as those women in that building should show how greedy the business owners were. – Ahmad Y., Saint Charles, IL   12 Jan 2017

This is a very important event even though some may say they've never heard of it. – Lily Henson, Chicago IL   11 Jan 2017

This Is Very Interesting. I Never Realized What If A Fire Started In A Big Factory. 146 People Killed Outta The 500 Working There Isn't Good. I Also Feel Bad For There Working Conditions As Narrow Hallways And Exits Locker, I Can't See That Happening. I Feel Like This Event Had A Impact On The US Now That We Have Regulations Of How To Work Factories And Not To Lock Workers In. – Jonathan M, St. Charles   11 Jan 2017

This was so sad. – Taytum N, chicago IL   11 Jan 2017

Wow! This was super sad. That was horrible that these working conditions led to the deaths of 148 people! – Chayse E M, Douglas, Ma   6 Jan 2017

Wow! This was super sad. That was horrible that these working conditions led to the deaths of 148 people! – Chayse E M, Douglas, Ma   6 Jan 2017

This was so sad – Andrea R, Greenville   3 Jan 2017

This was so sad – Andrea R, Greenville   3 Jan 2017

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Great site. i will recommend it to my colleagues and students @Faculty of Agriculture - Benha University – MAHMOUD ELHABBAQ, Egypt   13 Dec 2016

Great site with amazing information about this tragic day. I'm writing a story about it in Global Studies, and this site is very helpful. Thanks guys! – Tyler Novak, A little town called Struthers   9 Dec 2016

Super helpful website! All the details are in perfect order & make it feel like your there as Its happening. This is a very heart warming story that helped with my 5 paragraph essay that I was assigned in my E.L.A Class! – Jaden Hunt, Bakerfield, CA   7 Dec 2016

Great site! Helped with my assignment, my teacher recommended I write this. – jd, htown/little D   7 Dec 2016

i pray for them – aap, huntington,wv   7 Dec 2016

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