Remember the fight for worker's rights today. "Power concedes nothing without demand. It never did and never will."
International Workers' Day : May 1. May Day began as a commemoration of the 1886 Haymarket massacre in Chicago. The day is officially recognized in much of the world but not the U.S. (Learn about the history of May Day from this Democracy Now! interview: http://bit.ly/21k2Puc) Here is a collection of teaching activities, books, films, and posters for all ages from the Zinn Education Project on labor: http://bit.ly/102UYPR Poster by Ricardo Levins Morales Art Studio, more info and order copies here: http://bit.ly/1g5a5r2 In honor of International Workers Day, please make a donation to the Zinn Education Project so that students learn the history of the labor movement and about labor struggles and immigrant rights today: https://zinnedproject.org/donate/