Labor Day Coloring Pages For Kids

Labor Day is a day to celebrate workers day and used as an economic success and social workers throughout the world as well as a day that is used to suppress the entrepreneur to keep the welfare of the workers and not just keep pressing the workers to maximize their profits.

Labor Day was born from a series of working-class struggle to gain control of the political economy of industrial rights. The development of industrial capitalism in the early 19th century marks a drastic change in political and economy, especially in capitalist countries in Western Europe and the United States. Tightening discipline and intensification of working hours, minimum wages, and poor working conditions at the factory level, gave birth to the resistance of the working class.

The first strikes of the working class in the United States occurred in 1806 by Cordwainers workers. The strike took the organizers to court and also raised the fact that the working class in that era work of 19 to 20 hours a day. Since then, the struggle to claim the reduced hours of work on the agenda with the working class in the United States.

There was two people are thought to have contributed ideas to honor the workers, Peter McGuire and Matthew Maguire, a machine worker from Paterson, New Jersey. In 1872, McGuire and 100,000 workers went on strike to demand subtraction of working hours. McGuire then went on to talk to the workers and the unemployed, lobbied city government to provide jobs and overtime pay. 

On September 5, 1882, the first Labor Day parade was held in the city of New York with 20,000 participants carrying banners that read 8 hours work, 8 hours of rest, 8 hours recreation. Maguire and McGuire play a key role in organizing the parade. In subsequent years, the idea spread and all states celebrated.

In 1887, Oregon became the first state to make it a public holiday. In 1894. Presider Grover Cleveland signed a law that made the first week of September as an official public holiday nationwide.

One may set as the struggle of the working class in the world in 1886 by the Congress of the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions for, besides providing moments of demands eight hours a day, give a new spirit of working class struggle that reached a massive in that era. 

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May 1, chosen because in 1884 the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions, which was inspired by the success of labor action in Canada in 1872, requires eight hours of work in the United States and put into effect from May 1, 1886.

That's why now Labor Day is also known as "May Day" and more than 80 countries celebrates this day but not on every countries make this as a public holiday, but the struggle of the workers to get their rights will not stop because the employer also never stopped pressing the workers to get the maximum benefit with minimum cost.

To celebrate the Labor Day, today we will share free Labor Day coloring pages for kids. Download and print all of this coloring pages and give it to your kids.

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