Vice President Kamala Harris Celebrates Labor Day In Boston

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BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — Vice President Kamala Harris celebrated Labor Day in Boston as the keynote speaker at the annual Greater Boston Labor Council Breakfast.

The event took place at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel on Monday morning.

"It's always good to be in the house of labor," Vice President Harris said while the crowd cheered.

She showed her support for unions and union jobs at the event and expressed that supporting unions and their workers is a priority of the Biden-Harris administration. Vice President Harris praised the unions for helping working families.

"President Joe Biden and I are determined to lead the most pro-union administration in America's history," she said.

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In her speech, she also made a few comments about Congressional Republicans not supporting the Biden-Harris agenda and touted progress made by Democrats.

"There's so much about the concept of solidarity, understanding the importance of making sure nobody ever has to fight alone," Harris said.

Vice President Harris leads the White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and Empowerment with former Boston Mayor Marty Walsh Labor Secretary Walsh as Vice-Chair.

"We know what we are up against and we know what we stand for, and I believe when you know what you stand for, you know what to fight for," she said.

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