Industrial Workers of the World Day is celebrated every June 27. Industrial Workers of the World Day is to remember the work of industrial workers all over the world and to show that on the inheritance of the labor union, the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW). This date is chosen to be celebrated because it was when IWW was formed in 1905. This day pulls the attention to the workers and the critical role they play in producing goods that are very essential in our day-to-day life.
Industrial Workers of the World Day also remembers the role labor unions have played in helping other workers, and specifically, it is dedicated to the Industrial Workers of the World.
Industrial Workers Of the World Day commemorates the same day in 1905 in Chicago when the group of organisers formed IWW and held their first meeting. Members of the IWW are also called wobblies and were one of the complete labor unions in the United States and had ties with anarchists and socialists.