Inequality for All ties the vast increase in income inequality to the loss of unionization, the diversion of economic growth from wages to CEO compensation and profits, the financialization of the economy, cutting taxes for the wealthy, and the failure of government to keep investing in education and infrastructure.
We invite you to join us for a free screening. Robert Reich himself will be Skyping into our venue for a Q and A. At the screening we will highlight some of the ways we fight inequality here in Pittsburgh and the surrounding region.
Sponsored by the CMU Center for the Arts in Society, Make it Our UPMC, The Pittsburgh Collaborative for Working Class Studies, One Pittsburgh, the Thomas Merton Center, the Carnegie Mellon International Film Festival “Faces of Work,” the CMU English Department, and the CMU Office of Student Affairs.
6:15 p.m. (doors open at 6) in McConomy Auditorium of the Carnegie Mellon University Center (5032 Forbes Ave, 15213 -- near Forbes and Morewood. Parking is free after hours in the Morewood lot, parking area #3 on this map). Sponsored by university and community groups including the Center for Arts in Society at CMU, OnePittsburgh, the Humanities Center Film Festival "Faces of Work," and the newly-formed Pittsburgh Collaborative for Working Class Studies. For more information, contact Kathy M. Newman (Professor of English): email email@example.com or 412-983-7094.