Labor Day – First Monday in September


Labor Day is the first Monday in September and celebrates the achievements of American workers and honors their contributions to the country as a whole. To celebrate Labor Day, parents should teach children to honor and appreciate work and the American worker for their contributions.

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Photograph shows the annual trade union May Day parade passing the corner of 13th and University Place, New York City. The parade paid special tribute to the victims of the recent Triangle Shirtwaist Company Fire (March 11, 1911).

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Healthy Labor Day Recipes

Construction workers eat their lunches atop a steel beam 800 feet above ground, at the building site of the RCA Building in Rockefeller Center.

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VIDEOS

Child Labor Laws in American History

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Why do Americans and Canadians celebrate Labor Day? – Kenneth C. Davis

National History Day Documentary On Child Labor Laws

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About Jackie Saulmon Ramirez

Jackie has volunteered for more than twenty years for children and family issues. Currently she writes for parents in the "Reminder" and "Parent Rap" Facebook page. If you are interested in receiving the "Reminder," send her a message.
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5 Responses to Labor Day – First Monday in September

  1. Quite helpful and full of variety. Great job. Hugs, Barbara

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  2. Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while today. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as good as when I arrived. I’ll be back!

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