Labor Day

In the labor movement few holidays are as impoirtant to the hard working men and women of this country than the Labor Day Holiday. First practiced in the 1880s, and made an official holiday in 1894, Labor Day is the day for workers to enjoy the fruits of their labors with their families, and celebrate all the gains organized labor was able to win in the last hundred plus years. We've gained alot, and lost some over the years, but the fight continues to give all in the workforce a voice to be heard at their employment. So on behalf of your leadership from 288, please enjoy, at best you can under the circumstances, this day with your brothers and sisters and your families. To all please stay safe, you and your families.