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Inequality for All

Bending the Arc of History

Stan Sorscher | Posted 08.23.2014 | Business
Stan Sorscher

We can call out the policies, attitudes, and language that concentrate wealth and influence, and push back toward a more sustainable balance of moral, social, political and economic power. And seriously, someone needs to talk to that guy in the movie.

Why Aren't Americans Taking to the Streets Over Economic Inequality?

Erica Abeel | Posted 06.04.2014 | Entertainment
Erica Abeel

Inequality for All goes a long way in bringing viewers up to snuff on the country's dominant issue. Unfortunately, Kornbluth's film lacks the urgency and passion of Charles Ferguson's masterwork Inside Job. Or the work of other great documentarians, such as Alex Gibney and Erroll Morris. You want Inequality to be angrier.

Hundreds of Inequality for All Watch Parties Organized Nationwide, Including San Francisco

Kyle McCarthy | Posted 04.28.2014 | San Francisco
Kyle McCarthy

The topic of income inequality is certainly heating up across the country. One reason for this is the movement surrounding former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich's documentary, Inequality for All.

Why We Can't Make Ends Meet

Brad Harrington | Posted 03.16.2014 | Business
Brad Harrington

In recent weeks we've heard a great deal about income equality. While this month marks the 50th anniversary of Lyndon Johnson's "war on poverty," in r...

2013 and the Beginning of America's Economic Revolt

Julie Gutman Dickinson | Posted 03.02.2014 | Politics
Julie Gutman Dickinson

If a populist revolt against extreme inequality materializes in the first decades of this century, historians may look back on 2013 as a turning point.

Equality for All

Jay Mandle | Posted 01.24.2014 | Politics
Jay Mandle

We cannot make modern technology become labor intensive. And we cannot prevent low wage countries from growing and increasing global competition. But the policies that emerge from our own political system can offset the inegalitarian consequences of these developments.

Business Leaders as our Missing Middle?

Judith Samuelson | Posted 01.23.2014 | Business
Judith Samuelson

What has become of our center? If history is any guide, business leaders themselves have a critical role to play.

The Gentleman's B

Jon Eig | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Jon Eig

It's October. The heavy hitters are arriving. Clooney and Hanks. Streep and ... well, there is no one like Streep. This week, we have new movies from Tommy Solomon and Opie Cunningham (look them up).

Popcorn Preview: Inequality for All

Leslie Sisman | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Leslie Sisman

Film: Inequality for All (2013) Cast includes: Robert Reich Director: Jacob Kornbluth (The Best Thief in the World) Genre: Documentary (89 minutes)...

Robert Reich Stands Tall: Inequality for All

Regina Weinreich | Posted 01.23.2014 | Entertainment
Regina Weinreich

Just as the news seems bleak, a government shut down translating to national parks closing their gates to tourists, and workers home without pay, Goog...

Inequality for All Now Playing

Robert Reich | Posted 12.01.2013 | Politics
Robert Reich

INEQUALITY FOR ALL is now playing. Check your local listings. Great reviews (91% on "rotten tomatoes"). And given what the radical Republicans are doing to our democracy and our economy, more important than ever.

Inequality for All is 'The Progressive Economic Narrative: The Movie'

Richard Kirsch | Posted 11.27.2013 | Business
Richard Kirsch

With the release of the documentary Inequality for All today, the progressive story about what is wrong with the economy is now on the silver screen. For those of us who have been working to articulate what we call a progressive economic narrative, it is a major milestone.

Movie Review: Inequality for All

Marshall Fine | Posted 11.26.2013 | Entertainment
Marshall Fine

Jacob Kornbluth's illuminating Inequality for All, which focuses on economist and scholar Robert Reich, probably won't reach the audience it needs to. They're too busy watching Fox News - or CNN or MSNBC, for that matter.

Robert Reich on Inequality for All

Bill Moyers | Posted 11.23.2013 | Politics
Bill Moyers

On Moyers & Company, Robert Reich talked about his new film Inequality for All. The film explains why America's widening income gap is a threat -- not only to the viability of our workforce -- but also to the foundations of our democracy.

Five Ways to Fix America's Economy

Bill Moyers | Posted 11.19.2013 | Politics
Bill Moyers

What specifically can we do to fix our economy? Turns out, Reich has a clear plan of action to ensure there is "upward mobility again, in our society and in our economy."

Director Jacob Kornbluth on Inequality for All

Bill Moyers | Posted 11.18.2013 | Politics
Bill Moyers

This week marks both the fifth anniversary of the fiscal meltdown that almost tanked the world economy and the second anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, the movement that sparked heightened public awareness of income inequality. Yet the crisis is worse than ever.

Must-See Movie: Inequality for All With Robert Reich

Roger Hickey | Posted 11.14.2013 | Politics
Roger Hickey

You should see this film -- and you should get others to see it. It dramatizes the growing income gap in the United States and the implications for the health of the American economy. It leads to discussion about actions to reverse inequality. And it is also a fun movie.

An Inconvenient Economic Truth

Sharan Burrow | Posted 04.16.2013 | Politics
Sharan Burrow

Inequality is a poison that is destroying livelihoods, stripping families of dignity and splitting communities. We know the antidote: strong democratic voices, strong unions and the right to collective bargaining for fair wages and conditions.

Mike Hogan

The Film The 1% Doesn't Want You To See

HuffingtonPost.com | Mike Hogan | Posted 01.24.2013 | Entertainment

In his inaugural address on Monday, President Barack Obama spoke eloquently about America's need to level its economic playing field. "For we, the peo...

Liberal Documentaries Light Up Sundance

The Huffington Post | Michael Hogan | Posted 01.18.2013 | Entertainment

The Sundance Film Festival, which began its 11-day, 119-title run on Thursday night with a few low-key screenings, is best known for indie films like ...