Sep 9, 2022 | News Story

The Triangle Fire Memorial Rises As We Celebrate the 140th NYC Labor Day Parade Anniversary

Out of the ashes of the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire rose the modern labor movement. Now, more than a century later, working people from around the nation are joining together to build the National Memorial to the workers who died in the Triangle Fire and to honor the legacy of reform their deaths inspired.

To mark the 140th Anniversary of the first New York City Labor Day Parade, step up and add your name to the roster of workers who are proudly honoring Labor History and building the

All workers and retirees: please visit No contribution is too small! All donors will be recognized in the Triangle Fire Memorial commemorative dedication book.