On 2nd September the Marshall Islands celebrates its Workers with a public holiday known as Dri-Jerbal Day. Held annually it is also known as Workers Day or Labour Day.
The Marshall Islands flag was adopted in May 1979. The design consists of a blue field with two diagonal stripes of orange and white (representing the Ratak (Sunrise) and Ralik (Sunset) chain of islands) radiating out from the lower left to the upper right corner. A white star with four large rays and twenty small rays is featured in the top left hoist side.