Baggage handlers, security officers, cabin cleaners and maintenance workers let their voices be heard as the Port Authority votes to force airlines to raise their poverty wage.
Do you feel safe and secure at John F. Kennedy International Airport? You might not after hearing what some of the security personnel there have to say.
About 100 union workers from 32BJ and their leadership, who gathered at Bowling Green Park, insist they are not asking for much and simply want what is fair.
The union is fighting against a proposal to create a two-tier wage and benefit system and fighting for wage increases.