February 11 is National White Shirt Day
The National White Shirt Day, sometimes also referred to as the National White T-shirt Day, is celebrated every year on the 11th of February to commemorate the day in history when an auto worker strike was finally resolved.
February 11th marks the 85th anniversary of White Shirt Day. National White Shirt Day, also known as National White T-Shirt Day, commemorates the day a historic auto worker strike resolved on February 11, 1937.
White Shirt Day is inspired by the idea that those people who are revolting had their shirts kept as clean as their bosses.
This movement helped inspire the protections of the automobile workers and helped them from various powerful unions that we have today.
The day is created in order to celebrate the struggles and achievements of the people who came forward bravely to fight for dignity, fairness, and respect in the workplace.
As a form of remembrance, everyone wears a white shirt or a blouse to symbolize the swedge and procurement from such an event. This event helped create a better workplace environment at that time and even today and for the future to come.