Free Film Screening: Robert Reich’s “Inequality for All” on November 19 at 7PM


The University of Iowa Public Policy Center proudly presents a free screening of Robert Reich’s “Inequality for All” on Tuesday, November 19, 7:00 p.m, at MacBride Hall Auditorium on the Pentacrest.  The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.  Donations of non-perishable food, paper products or baby items are requested for The Crisis Center of Johnson County.

“Inequality for All” examines the widening income inequality in the United States, presented by Robert Reich – an American economist, author and professor at Harvard and Berkeley, and U.S. Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton.

At the heart of the film is a simple proposition: What is a good society and what role does the widening income gap play in the deterioration of the nation’s economic health?

Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to attend all University of Iowa-sponsored events.  If you are a person with a disability who requires an accommodation in order to participate in this program, please contact Leslie Gannon in advance at (319) 335-6817 or

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Co-sponsored byUniversity of Iowa College of Public Health, The Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, University of Iowa Department of Sociology, University of Iowa Center for Human Rights, University of Iowa Office of the Provost, University of Iowa Department of History, Tippie College of Business Department of Economics, University of Iowa School of Social Work, University of Iowa School of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Iowa Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies, and FilmScene.


The above information is provided by the University of Iowa Public Policy Center.


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