He works more than 60 hours a week, but his true struggle is to spend time with his kids

Millions of people fly through our country’s airports every day. But far too few of us really have any idea of the poverty wages that airport workers are paid.

Airport worker Abera Siyoum workers long hours at minimum wage in his job taking passengers with disabilities to the gate.

It’s time to shine a light on airlines that make billions in profits while the people that build their profits are paid a pittance. Watch Minneapolis St. Paul Airport worker Abera Siyoum talk about his experiences organizing to build an airport that works for everyone. Then help him spread the word by sending this video to five of your friends and colleagues.

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