Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, is trying to start a conversation on income inequality. His new film, Inequality for All is a groundbreaking piece on America’s shrinking middle class and the loss of widespread prosperity in the world’s richest country. Coupled with a powerful outreach campaign, Reich’s new film is trying to do for working families what Miss Representation did for the women’s movement.
Inequality for All is a new opportunity for neighbors, co-workers and friends to honestly discuss what kind of country they want for themselves and their children: one where education, basic health care and living wages are widespread or one where the hard work of the many benefits the few?
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