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Friday, September 27, 2013

Reich's Movie "Inequality For All" Not Showing In Wisconsin. Start Petition

According to Democracy For America, Robert Reich's new movie, "Inequality For All" will not be opening in theaters in Wisconsin and none scheduled over the next several weeks. Yet. The closest place to see it will be in Chicago starting today or in Minneapolis beginning Oct. 4th. View the preliminary schedule here.

DFA has set up a nifty petition site designed to help bring the film to your area by creating a campaign specifically for your town. Create the petition here.

Inequality For All Trailer:


nonquixote said...

Reich is informative but doesn't really get to squarely stating much beyond retaining the status quo, blaming workers for still not being productive enough and other sundry platitudes that don't get to addressing the problem.

Lou Kaye said...

I haven't seen the movie but if his "solution" to inequality is centered on increasing the "insufficient productivity" of American workers, his developing image as a working man's hero will go down in flames.

nonquixote said...

Thanks for your steady coverage of the issues. We northern WI residents need to know the whole state.

Anonymous said...

Found some reviews on line sounds truthful Not blaming workers Google it

Unknown said...

I agree with you ^^Nonquixote...I am also from WI...we need this movie to come here too!

Unknown said...

^Anonymous you are right!....Robert Reich is an honorable man...he does tell the truth!

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