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Happy Labor Day from Ladybud!

Happy Labor Day from Ladybud!

Ladybud Magazine would like to wish its readership a safe and enjoyable Labor Day, this Monday, September 1, 2014. Labor Day has been celebrated widely across the United States since the 1880s, when it was officially created as a holiday. The history of Labor Day is fascinating and definitely worth reading up about. Suffice it […]

Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day?

Why Do We Celebrate Labor Day?

PHOTO: The 1912 Lawrence Textile Strike When you’ve thrown some hot dogs and hamburgers on the barbie, and are sucking on a cool one (and/or toking some fine shit) while wearing a “World’s Greatest Cook” apron, stop for a moment and try to understand why you’re celebrating (hint: not because you have a day off). […]

LABOR DAY: Recuerden La Guerra Sucia, Los Femicidios/ Remember The Dirty War, The Femicides

LABOR DAY: Recuerden La Guerra Sucia, Los Femicidios/ Remember The Dirty War, The Femicides

PHOTO: Ni Una Mas/ Not One More. The femicides of Ciudad Juarez have been memorialized by pink crosses. Approximately 1,500 womyn, mostly maquiladora workers, have gone missing in the border town since the nineties.  by Anessa Anchondo-Rivera and Nubia Legarda This Labor Day, we would like for you to join us in honoring and remembering […]

LABOR DAY: Who You Are Is Not What You Do

LABOR DAY: Who You Are Is Not What You Do

by Rev. G. Friesen The two most important questions navigators ask themselves are: 1. How did we end up here? 2. How do we get to where we want to go? These are the same questions I feel we’re all asking ourselves and each other. Thing is, none of us agree on the answer to either […]