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Lancaster Interchurch Peace Witness is a grassroots association dedicated to promoting biblical values of justice, care of creation, peace and nonviolent solutions to conflict.

“Inequality For All” coming to Lancaster’s Penn Cinema

Categories: Local Peace Events

“Inequality For All” coming to Lancaster’s Penn Cinema, Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 6 p.m. (Airport Road, Lititz) Winner of the Sundance Special Jury Award, the documentary addresses with humor and fact, the income and wage gaps that exist in the U.S. today. Created and narrated by Robert Reich, best-selling author, former Secretary of Labor in the Clinton administration, and a foremost expert on economics, this movie is not to be missed. COST OF ADMISSION: $4.00 each, payable at the door. MAKE YOUR RESERVATION IN ADVANCE BY SENDING AN E-MAIL TO: lancasterinterchurchpeacewitness@yahoo.com. (For more information, phone: 717-627-0837)

This event is co-sponsored by the Justice, Reconciliation and Peace Committee of Highland Presbyterian Church.

INEQUALITY FOR ALL
Documentary; Director – Jacob Kornbluth; Cast – Robert Reich
Rating – PG
Length – 110 minutes; 1 hr. 26 min.
Special Jury prize winner, Sundance Film Festival
3.5 stars, RogerEbert.com

YouTube Trailer – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9REdcxfie3M

Synopsis: Robert Reich is an economist, author, and educator who was U.S. Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton and who teaches a course on wealth and poverty at the University of California Berkeley. Since the mid-1980s, Reich has been outspoken on the issue of the growing divide between America’s rich and poor; in his book Aftershock, Reich presents his argument that this gulf is slowly but surely wiping out the middle class, and will lead to an economic catastrophe if left unchecked. Filmmaker Jacob Kornbluth presents a powerful look at Reich and his theories in the documentary Inequality for All; featuring footage from Reich’s lectures to students as well as interviews with the author and his conversations with Americans from many walks of life, the film provides disturbing evidence of the roles stagnating wages, growing personal debt, an economy based on consumer spending, and the decline of manufacturing are playing in the weakening of the American economy. Inequality for All received its world premiere at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

Author: LIPW