Data de publicação:01.05.2024<Voltar

A GeRisk PARABENIZA aos ANIVERSARIANTES desta Quarta-Feira, 01 de Maio, em Especial ao Colega RICARDO ENGEL do CEP 81. LEMBRAMOS que Hoje é o Dia Internacional do TRABALHADOR e também o Dia da LITERATURA BRASILEIRA. Conheça Mais . . .

Today, Tomorrow, Together. Queremos e Podemos Ajudar.

ANIVERSÁRIO é ponto significativo em nossa TRAJETÓRIA, marcando as memórias que acumulamos ao longo da VIDA. Pode simbolizar também o INÍCIO de um NOVO CICLO.

Desejamos que esta NOVA FASE lhe seja plena de CONQUISTAS, ALEGRIAS e Momentos MEMORÁVEIS.

Today, Tomorrow, Together. We Want and Can Help.

BIRTHDAY is a significant point in our JOURNEY, marking the memories we accumulate throughout LIFE. It can also symbolize the BEGINNING of a NEW CYCLE. We wish that this NEW PHASE be full of ACHIEVEMENTS, JOYS, and MEMORABLE Moments.

Labor Day and Brazilian Literature Day

Birthday of the Day: RICARDO Alves de Moura ENGEL (CEP 81)

LABOR DAY: May 10th is the date to honor the achievements of workers and also to remember the historical struggles for better working conditions and labor rights. The origin of the Day dates back to the late 19th century, specifically to the Labor Movement in the United States. In 1886, the Haymarket Riot occurred in Chicago, where workers protested for an Eight-Hour Workday. During the protests, there were clashes with the police, and people were killed. In 1889, the Second International Socialist (an organization of socialist parties and unions) chose the day for demonstrations in memory of the Haymarket Martyrs. In BRAZIL, Labor Day was officially established in 1925 as a way to recognize the importance of workers for the country’s development and to show solidarity with labor movements around the world.

BRAZILIAN LITERATURE DAY: It is an opportunity to highlight the richness and diversity of literary production, as well as to pay tribute to writers who have contributed to the culture and identity of the country. Brazilian literature is characterized by a multitude of styles, genres, and themes. Among the great names are Machado de Assis, Clarice Lispector, Guimarães Rosa, Graciliano Ramos, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Cecília Meirelles, João Cabral de Melo Neto, among many others.