Labor Day marks the end of wearing white for the year, but what else does it signify? The national holiday, which is celebrated every first Monday of September, has a deep-rooted history. In the clip above, HuffPost Live explains the origins of this storied day, which deserves recognition beyond a day off work to flip burgers.
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