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Let's take in "Inequality for All"

Inequality for All is a documentary about the former labor secretary's personal crusade to explain why everyone should care about the nation's growing economic disparity and divisiveness.  According to Paul Solman, this feature film, chart-and graph-filled is an often funny, sometimes sad documentary.

Robert Reich is an American political economist, professor, author and commentator. He attended Dartmouth College, graduating with an A.B. summa cum laude in 1968, winning a Rhodes Scholarship to study Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at Oxford University.  He earned a law degree from Yale Law School.

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  • Jim

    In my opinion, equality begins in the public schools. Increasingly, a student's resourcefulness in the early grades strongly influences lifetime achievements (including income)—and students' parents' resourcefulness (and income) strongly influence their children's resourcefulness.
    Sound circular? Yup. And that's how so many kids get stuck going nowhere.
    My model suggest schools could change this. But is the heart there to do it? What do people think?

    October 20, 2013

  • Michael M.

    Robert Reich is the best! Will see if i cam make it

    October 19, 2013

  • Ev

    I'm now a maybe as some one needs me. I'll be there if I can
    as love Reich as well and would love to be with all of you.

    1 · October 19, 2013

  • Michael M.

    Robert Reich is the best!

    October 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    We just did this, but no harm in doing it again! I'm sure there are those who couldn't see it last time who may want to now.

    October 18, 2013

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