View the Honor Labor Day Ecard
The Honor Labor Day ecard is a sequence of photos and captions beginning with a caption saying “Remembering on Labor Day…”. To the first photo of a 1939 International Labor Day picnic in Oakland where we have a group of people holding the event’s banner, women and children sitting on the group in front and palm trees and ficus trees in the background. To the next photo of a strike fight circa 1930’s where workers and the police are fighting. Next, a photo of the newspaper “The World” in 1899 with the title “Newsies stop the Presses!” . The next photo shows a group of young boys or newsies with a newspaper caption below reading “In 1899, thousands of newsboys formed a union and took on the media moguls to demand better wages. Most of them ranged in age from 7 to 12 yers old”. Next, a photo of two women from 1909’s strike, both wearing a sash with words reading “picket ladies tails stickers”. The next photo is of a group of Post Office workers on strike, sitting and standing holding signs reading “No $$ no work” and “Let the judge carry the mail”. To the final photo of a Marriott Hotel staff 2018 strike walking in front of the hotel holding signs that read “on strike” and “one job should be enough”. To the final screen with a caption reading “for all your hard work, and dedication… Happy Labor Day”.