May Day

The History of May Day: Remembering the Ones Who Fought for Workers’ Rights

Jesus Hernandez, age 10 May 1 is known as May Day. May Day has two very different meanings: In some places, May Day is a holiday for welcoming the spring; on the other hand, it is recognized as a day for celebrating workers, highlighting the problems that low-waged laborers face as they fight for better …

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Kids Celebrate May Day

This year, tens of thousands of people marched in May Day rallies across the United States to demand immigrants’ and workers’ rights. IndyKids asked these kids why they joined a rally in their city.