CHICAGO -- People were revved up Saturday afternoon on the city's Southeast Side.
The 10th Ward Labor Day parade was held to celebrate union pride and solidarity.
Alderman Susan Sadlowski Garza worked to revive the parade after the East Side Labor Day parade stopped in the mid-1990s.
The daughter of a steelworker, she says it's important to celebrate the working class in Chicago.
Hundreds of people watched as ironworkers, bricklayers, plumbers and teachers passed through Southeast Side streets.