LOS ANGELES - DECEMBER 14:  Workers take a yoga class at the American Apparel garment factory on December 14, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. In contrast to many 'sweatshops' making garments in Los Angeles, American Apparel aims to make basic clothing like T-shirts, sweatshirts and underwear in the U.S. without relying on cheap labor. Employees work normal 40-hour weeks, are paid more when they are more productive, and have benefits that other garment factories don't offer including massages, math and language classes, yoga, and soccer teams. The factory produces a million garments per week.       (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)