Inequality for All: Film Screening
Thursday, January 30, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
San Jose, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This is a free community film screening of the award winning film documentary "Inequality for All". Based on the research of Professor Robert Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor, the film does an excellent job at discussing income disparity and its impact in the United States. Professor Reich states:
"I believe my somewhat unconventional background has provided great preparation for the goal of the film: to find a human way in to an idea-driven film. I believe America could use a discussion about the future of the middle class and widening income inequality, but not in purely partisan terms. I think we've had enough of that. The film I hope we made is one that educates at the same time it inspires and speaks to what we can hope for to make America better. That large, idea-driven story, for me, is as personal as it gets."
Please join us for a short networking reception prior to the film viewing. Doors open and registration begins at 5:30, seating begins at 6:15 and the program begins promptly at 6:30.
This event is presented in cooperation with the Human Relations Commission, the Office of Congressman Mike Honda and Working Partnerships USA.
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Office of Human Relations, SCC
The Office of Human Relations works to foster resilient community relations and promotes social equity and the human rights of SCC residents through research, inclusion, community building and conflict resolution.