Each year one month finds creative activities by teachers and
students celebrating the mostly unsung history of the labor
movement. May is Labor History
Month in California, as declared in AB 2269 (Swanson,
D-Oakland) and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown in 2012.
Exhibits, classroom lessons, in-services and sometimes entire
schools explore the rich history of collective struggle that
brought us worker rights on the job and better lives for families
in our communities.