May Day is a public holiday that is celebrated on May 1st every year.
It is also known as International Workers' Day, Labor Day, or May Day.
May Day has its roots in the labor movement of the late 19th century.
It originated as a day to celebrate the working class and their struggles for better working conditions,
The Haymarket affair was a violent confrontation between police and labor protesters
the International Socialist Conference declared May 1st as International Workers' Day to commemorate the Haymarket affair, which took place in Chicago, United States, in 1886.
May Day is celebrated as a day of solidarity and a reminder of the ongoing struggles of workers around the world
It is a day to honor the contributions of workers to society and to call for greater rights and protections for working people.