This year, the only choice for the holiday season is to remain with your immediate family, reduce travel to a minimum, and consistently keep your hands clean. We say that last part both literally and metaphorically, as the guilt of infecting a loved one is too much to take after a year as turbulent as 2020.
Since 1894, the first Monday of each September is used to celebrate American workers with Labor Day. It marks the progress that workers have made in the struggle for better wages, working hours, welfare, benefits, and living conditions. As Americans, we must always remember and appreciate the sacrifices made by workers in the name of building a land of opportunities.