Where was the first Labor Day parade?
A New York City
C San Francisco
New York City hosted the first Labor Day celebration in 1882, with 10,000 workers marching in Manhattan for labor rights. While some workers went back to their jobs after the parade, others met their families at Wendel’s Elm Park on 92nd Street for a raucous party with picnics, speeches, cigars, and copious amounts of beer.
The correct answer is New York City.