About Labor Day
Labor Day is celebrated all throughout the world, and is an annual event that people hold in honor of the social and achievements of workers to society. In the United States, Labor Day is a holiday observed on the first Monday of September. It is viewed as the end of the summer vacation season. Many schools open for the year on the day after Labor Day.
History
Oregon was the first state to make it a holiday in 1887. By the time it became a federal holiday in 1894, thirty states officially celebrated Labor Day. Following the wounded and deaths of a number of workers at the hands of the U.S. military, President Grover Cleveland reconciled with the labor movement. The legislature made Labor Day a national holiday only six days after the end of the Pullman Strike.
So why do we wear white on Labor Day?
But why do we wear white on Labor Day? From many centuries ago, People wore white in the summer simply to stay cool. Kinda-like how you change your dinner menu. There was no air-conditioning many years ago, so people mostly wore white all the time to stay chilled as much as they could and white was a lighter weight. They wore what we think is very formal clothes. People think that you shouldn’t wear white after Labor Day because it’s turning colder, and would soon be Fall. So celebrate Labor Day by having a party with friends and family, or just resting. Just have an amazing day!

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