Respect for Parents Day - 2021-08-01
What is Respect for Parents Day?
On August 1st, the nation will celebrate Respect for Parents Day. This day recognizes the leadership roles parents play in not only a child’s life, but also in our communities. Parents provide their children with the first expression of love and sense of security. As protectors and nurturers, parents set a foundation for leading and teaching children to be responsible. Each parent provides a form of communication and a way of making decisions and correcting mistakes. Marilyn Dalrymple’s words ring true. Parents are the backbone of society. They are the leaders of their families. Marilyn created a day to honor parents for this essential role. The day was born in 1997, and it is still important today. It is called Respect for Parents Day, and it is observed on August 1st.
When is Respect for Parents Day?
Respect for Parents Day is celebrated on August 1 of every year.
History of Respect for Parents Day
Respect for Parents Day is celebrated on August 1 in the United States, the same way Mothers' and Fathers' Days are celebrated on the second Sunday of May. It was established by Bill Clinton in 1994.
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