Labor Day falls in with the back to school bustle at a time families tend to squeeze out the last bit of summer fun for the long weekend. However, Labor Day is not solely meant as a day of fun and recreation, in fact, Labor Day is meant to commemorate the contributions of workers over the course of America’s history.
Labor Day recognizes the fact that the modern American labor movement began at the turn of the 19th century and when immigration was at its peak. This meant that immigrants played a vital role in obtaining many of the workplace rights we, as Americans, enjoy to this day.
This Labor Day, let us all celebrate the immigrants who paved the way for not only a safer workplace, but a more robust, prosperous country.
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