Southern California Public Radio, “How did May Day become a day for immigrant rights marches?”

The incident was tied to the anarchist movement of the time — one reason the remembrance never took off in the United States, said Rivera-Salgado. Lawmakers instead established Labor Day on the first Monday of September as a national holiday in 1894.

Continue Reading

Written By
More from Agency
The Atlantic, “Durham’s Anti-Klan Block Party”
With no Klan protest available to counter-protest, the crowd became a big...
Read More