Inequality for All - Boston Screening

MA State Representative Jay R. Kaufman with event co-hosts* Massachusetts Law Reform Institute, Raise Up Massachusetts, Crittenton Women's Union, Massachusetts Communities Action Network, Neighbor to Neighbor Massachusetts, Massachusetts Interfaith Worker Justice, Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action, Progressive Massachusetts, Restaurant Opportunities Center of Boston, SEIU 32 BJ District 615, and United for a Fair Economy invite you to a screening of Robert Reich's award-winning documentary film Inequality for All.

This special Massachusetts screening is part of a national 50-state capital tour to mark the 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty.

This event is FREE and open to the public.  

The screening will be held at the Massachusetts State House, Gardner Auditorium, 10am-1pm on Thursday February 13.  The MA State House is easily accessible and within walking distance of public transportation (green and red lines, Park Street T stop; blue line, Government Center stop; orange line, Downtown Crossing stop; silver Line, Downtown Crossing stop).

Inequality for All tackles one of the most serious issues of our time: the widening income inequality in our nation and its consequences. To view the movie trailer visit:

In a post-screening forum, a panel of experts will engage the audience in a discussion of, e.g., structural causes and manifestations of income inequality; racial, gender and class-related barriers to economic opportunities; the consequences of deteriorating anti-poverty and social safety net programs that stabilize struggling families; and the devastating, long-term impact of the widening income gap on our entire economy.  In addition, there will be a focus on policies to address the widening economic gap and proposals to advance economic fairness, opportunity and stability.  

February 26, 2014 at 10am - 1pm
Gardner Auditorium - State House RESCHEDULED
Beacon and Park Streets
Boston, MA 01233
United States
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