Sunday, 3 September 2017

Speech On Labor Day 2017 [''New''] Happy Labor Day Speech In English For Child

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Speech On Labor Day 2017 [''New''] Happy Labor Day Speech In English For Child
Speech on labor day 2017


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Labor Day Speech In English For Child :-


Speech On Labor Day 2017 [''New''] Happy Labor Day Speech In English For Child
Labor day 2017 speech in English
Good Morning Everyone. Thank you for allowing me to speak here. Today we will talk about Labour Day (1 May). Labour Day is celebrated on 1st May every year in more than 80 countries.
Whenever we hear the word labour, the first thing that comes to our mind is hard work, tough work, physical activity. No one can build a company, no one can grow his business without Labour. And we all know, Labour earn much less than what they do, just because mental work preferred ahead of physical work.
According to economics, the definition of labour is – All Human exertion in the production of cash where the hands, foots, and minds are working together is known as labour.

The commencement of this day began in 1886 when a person blasts a dynamite on Chicago Police because of their brutality towards the labour.
We all know, every labour does their work with hard work. They need to have some respect. At least they are doing work and earning money except begging on the streets, they are not your slave.
Every nation owes its success to its laborers. Since the Industrial Revolution, labor has been the driving force of our economic and industrial progress. Labor fuels industry and spurs economic growth. Labor issues win elections, and prop up political rulers. Labor helps build roads, run factories, drill for oil, and much more.
What is our duty today? We have Realizing the need to highlight the challenges faced by the labor class. Countries such as Russia, Argentina, India, Belgium, Turkey, and South Africa are much ahead than us in this. Labor Day is observed in the United States on the first Monday of September each year.
Labor Day is observed in the United States on the first Monday of September each year. And they celebrate it with a National Holiday.

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Speech On Labor Day 2017 [''New''] Happy Labor Day Speech In English For Child
Speech on labor day in English
In the lat nineteenth century, the working class was in constant struggle to gain the 8 – hour work day. Working conditions were server and it was quite common to work 10 to 16 hour a day in unsafe conditions. As early as the 1860’s working people agitated to shorten the workday without a cut in pay, but it wasn’t until the late 1880’s that organized labor was able to garner enough strength to declare the 8 hour workday. This proclamation was without consent of employers, yet demanded by many of the working class.
At this time, socialism was a new and attractive idea to working people , many of whom were drawn to its ideology of working class control over the production and distribution of all goods and services. Workers had seen first- hand that Capitalism benefitted only their bosses, trading workers’ lives, for profit. Thousands of men, women and children were dying needlessly every year in the workplace, with life expectancy as low as their early twenties in some industries, and little hope but death of rising out of their destitution.       
At its national convention in Chicago, held in 1884, the Federation of Organized Trades and Labour Unions (FOTLU – which later became the American Federation of Labor ) , proclaimed that “eight hours shall constitute a legal day’s labor from and after May 1, 1886.” The following year, the FOTLU, backed by many Knights of Labour locals, reiterated their proclamation stating that it would be supported by strikes and demonstrations. A first, most radicals and anarchists regarded this demand as too reformist, failing to strike “at the root of the evil.” A year before the Haymarket Massacre, Samuel fielded pointed out in the anarchist newspaper, The Alarm, that “ whether a man works eight hours a day or ten hours a day, he is still a salve.”
Despite the misgivings of many of the anarchists, an estimated quarter million workers of the Trades and labor Assembly, the Socialistic Labor party and local Knights of Labor in the Chicago area became directly involved in the crusade to implement the eight hour work day. As more and more of the workforce mobilized against the employers, these radicals conceded to fight for the 8 hour day, realizing that “ the tide of opinion and determination of most wage- workers was set in this direction.” With the involvement of the anarchists, there seemed to be an infusion of greater issues than the 8 hour day. There grew a sense of a greater social revolution beyond more immediate gains of shortened hours, but a drastic change in the economic    structure of capitalism.
In a proclamation printed just before May 1,  1886, one publisher appealed to working people with this plea:
Working men to arms.
War to the Palace, peace to the Cottage, and Death to LUXURIOS IDLENESS.
The wage system is the only cause of the world’s misery. It is supported by the rich classes, and to destroy it, they must be either made to work or DIE.
One pound of DYNAMITE is better than a bushel of BALLOTS!
MAKE YOUR DEMAND FOR EIGHT HOURS with weapons in your hands to meet the capitalistic   bloodhounds, police, and militia in proper manner.
Not surprisingly the entire city was prepared for mass bloodshed, reminiscent of the railroad  strike a decade earlier when police and soldiers gunned down hundreds of striking workers. On May 1,1886, more than three lakh workers in thirteen thousands  businesses across the United states walked off their jobs in the first May Day celebration in history.
The name of many – Albert Parsons, Johann Most, August Spies and Louis Lingg- became household words in Chicago and throughout the country. parades, bands and tens of thousands of demonstrators in the streets exemplified the workers’ strength and unity, yet didn’t become violent as the newspapers and authorities predicated.
More and more workers continued to walk off their jobs until the numbers swelled to nearly one lakh, yet peace prevailed. It was not until two days later, May 3, 1886, that violence broke out at the McCormick Reaper Works between police and strikers.
For six months, armed Pinkerton agents and the police harassed and beat locked-out steelworkers as they picketed. Most of these workers belonged to the “anarchist- dominated” Metal Workers’ Union. During a speech near the McCormick plant , some two hundred demonstrators joined the steelworkers on the picket line, beatings with police clubs escalated into rock throwing by the strikers and the police responded with  gunfire. At least two strikers were killed and an unknown number were wounded.        
Full of range, a public meeting was called by some of the anarchists for the following day in Haymarket Square to discuss the police brutality. Due to bad weather and short notice, only about 3000 of the tens of thousands of people showed up from the day before. This affair included families with children and the mayor of Chicago himself. Later, the mayor would testify that the crowd  remained calm, and orderly and that speaker August Spies made “no suggestion…. For immediate use of force or violence toward any person…”
As the speech wound down, two detectives rushed to the main body of police, reporting that a speaker was using inflammatory language, inciting the police to march on the speakers’ wagon. As the police began to disperse the already thinning crows, a bomb was thrown into the police ranks. No one knows who threw the bomb, but speculations varied form blaming any one of the anarchists, to an agent provocateur working for the police.
Enraged, the police fired into the crowd. The exact number of civilians killed or wounded was never determined, but an estimated seven or eight civilians died, and up to forty were wounded. One officer died immediately and another seven died in the following weeks. Later evidence indicated that only one of the police deaths could be attributed to the bomb and that all the other police fatalities had or could have had been due to their own indiscriminate gun fire. Aside from the bomb thrower, who was never identified, it was the police, not the  anarchists, who perpetrated the violence.  
Eight anarchists- Albert Parsons, August Spies, Samuel Fielden, Oscar Neebe, Michael Schwab, George Engel, Adolph  Fischer and Louis Lingg- were arrested and convicted of murder, though only three were even present at Haymarket and those three were in full view of all when the bombing  occurred. The jury in their trial was comprised of business leaders in a gross mockery of justice similar to the Sacco- Vanzetti case thirty years later, or the trials of AIM and Black Panther members in the seventies. The entire world watched as these eight organizers were convicted , not for their actions, of which all were innocent, but for their political and social beliefs. On November 11, 1887, after many failed appeals, Parsons, Spies, Engel and Fisher were hung to death, Louis Lingg, in his final protest of the state’s claim of authority and punishment , took his own life ht night before with an explosive device in  his mouth.
The remaining organizers, Fielden, Neebe and Schwab, were pardoned six ye4ars later by Governor Altgeld, who publicity lambasted the judge on a travesty of justice. Immediately after Haymarket Massacre, big business and government conducted what some say was the very first “Red Scare” in this country. spun by mainstream media, anarchism became synonymous with bomb throwing and socialism became un – American. The common image of an anarchist became a bearded, eastern European immigrant with bomb in one hand and a dagger in the other.
Today we see tens of thousands of activists embracing the ideals of the Haymarket Martyrs and those who established May Day as an International Workers’ Day. Ironically, May Day is an official holiday in 66 countries and unofficially celebrated in many more, but rarely is it recognized in the country where it began.


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