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1st May – May Day, Labour Day, or International Workers' Day – is commonly seen as a day of struggle and celebration of the trade union movement. It has its origins in the strikes demanding an 8-hour working day and the Haymarket massacre in Chicago in May 1886. The international workers' movement later declared 1st May as a day of celebration of workers' struggles and rights. May Day has its roots in the confrontation between capital and labour.