In the Indonesia factory the workers who manufacture No Sweat Apparel earn 90$ a month (20% higher than minimum wage) and have full health benefits. (didnt see any articles that said otherwise) (they also have factories in Chicago and Pennsylvania.)
american fair trade clothes
Theres also www.sweatx.com, a co-op in california.
Almost had doubts about these two because of the sweatshops that have been found in LA, but after skimming news articles and sites I didn't find any that said that the companies were anything different than they claimed to be.
(In the mid and late-1990s there were over 10,000 sweatshops operating in the U.S.)