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Join us for a wine-and-cheese reception, followed by a screening of the documentary Inequality for All and a brief panel discussion.
In the wake of the U.S. economic crisis, the widening gap between the rich and the poor has gained unprecedented public awareness. Our narrator and guide, UC Berkeley professor and noted economic policy expert Robert Reich, helps us understand how the extreme inequality we are now facing has roots in economic and policy changes that began over 30 years ago. Through newly shot and archival footage and innovative graphics, we learn how we got here and where we are headed if we don’t act soon. Punctuated by moments that allow us to know Reich personally, we also see his unwavering passion to return our society to one in which the American dream is possible for everyone.
Part of Philanthropy New York's Documentary Series.
This program is "Completely Open."
- Jacob Kornbluth, Filmmaker
- Robert Reich, Subject from the film
Funders, nonprofit colleagues and other friends are invited to this reception, film screening and panel discussion. All are welcome!