Labor Day 2023

A day to celebrate the American labor movement and the hard-working people who make our country great

Labor Day – is celebrated on the first Monday in September.

The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated in New York City in 1882.

Labor Day is a federal holiday in the United States

Labor Day was created by the labor movement to commemorate the contributions of workers to the American economy and society.

Labor Day is a time to reflect on the importance of workers' rights and to celebrate the hard work and dedication of all workers.

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The holiday was originally intended to be a day of rest and relaxation for workers, but it has since become a day to celebrate the contributions of workers to the American economy and society.

The Importance of Workers' Rights

Workers' rights are essential to a fair and just society. Workers' rights include the right to fair wages, safe working conditions, and freedom from discrimination.