Our generation -- and those who came before us -- used our rights at work and in the community to create good jobs and good wages. We helped build strong neighborhoods where you could raise a family.
A worker's movement that defined a National holiday over 100 years ago seems to represent a lost era in our political, cultural and economic landscape.
Labor Day, at its core, is one of our nation's most symbolic national holidays. It recognizes the hard work and sacrifice of generations of Americans, who by virtue of their toil, helped to build our great nation.