It is a day of rest and, for unions and labour activists, a day to celebrate the accomplishments of the labour movement and the benefits of having a union at work. But, as is the case with most holidays, the origins of Labour Day come from the struggles of working people and the demand for fairness.
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  • While it is, indeed, a day to celebrate all the labour movement has accomplished .. it’s also a reminder to thank the activists that have come before us and energize us to continue the fight to improve the lives of all peoples 💕

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