Selling Detroit's art collection | Dov Charney | Q's Sports Culture panel
Monday, June 3, 2013 |
The Detroit Art Institute is one of the top art museums in the U.S. But the economically-troubled city is now considering whether to sell its collection in the event that Detroit goes bankrupt. Annmarie Erickson, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for the art museum, makes her case against the move. American Apparel's Dov Charney. Given the lax regulations that led to the deaths of over a thousand garment workers in the recent Bangladesh tragedy, is Charney right to be critical of other international manufacturer and proud of his own "sweatshop free" practices? Q's Sports Culture panel, today with writer Dave Bidini and broadcaster Scott Russell on the bodychecking ban in peewee hockey, wrestling and the Olympics.