Testimony from the August 28, 2016, Washington, DC "Moral Revival" Service on the need to Unionize to Obtain a Living Wage

Below is a video testimony given at "The Revival: Time for a Moral Revolution of Values" Washington DC service on August 28, 2016, on the Need to Unionize to Obtain a Living Wage for Workers.  A summary transcript of the video follows:

Kaku Agyeman is a National airport wheelchair attendant. He is paid below minimum wage - six dollars an hour - and is only allowed part-time employment. Some of his colleagues make only 4 dollars an hour. They are expected to support themselves and their families on this salary. They have decided to form a union in an attempt to secure a living wage. Some of his fellow workers have to sleep in their cars because they are homeless and can not afford housing.