This Labor Day, and every day, I’m ready to keep moving forward to continue to organize and mobilize with others around an agenda that gives working people the freedom to join together.
This Labor Day, it’s time to build on the incredible achievements of America’s working people -- everything we’ve done and everything we will do. Weekends, vacation days, holidays, safe workplaces and a fair wage were not just given to workers by nice employers.
They were fought for tooth and nail by working people who joined together for strength in a nnion. Our forefathers and labor supporters gave their blood, sweat, tears and in some cases their lives for all that we hold dear and often take for granted. We owe so much to the labor movement.
The movement is not done. A better work/life balance and better labor policies that support working men and women is possible if we continue to keep the fight for workers’ rights alive by supporting strong unions.
We can and must continue to come together through unions to achieve a better life for working people and their families.
Neil Kamrowski, Trempealeau