Free seats going fast for Legislative movie screening: ‘Inequalty for All’ w Robert Reich

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Income inequality is one of New Mexico’s biggest challenges – we are #1 and that’s not a list we want to top.

Economic inequality (also described as the gap between rich and poor, income inequality, wealth disparity, or wealth and income differences) is the difference between individuals or populations in the distribution of their assets, wealth, or income. The term typically refers to inequality among individuals and groups within a society, but can also refer to inequality among countries. The issue of economic inequality involves equity, equality of outcome, equality of opportunity, and life expectancy.[1]

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Wall Street vs. Main Street. Rich vs. Poor. It’s all covered.

This year we want New Mexico’s legislators to start doing something about it.  So we’re joining with some friends for a first-of-its-kind movie screening in the Roundhouse during the session!

Inequality for allJoin us and Representative Mimi Stewart, New Mexico Voices for Children, SEIU, New Mexico Federation of Labor, League of Women Voters, OLE New Mexico, and Interfaith Worker Justice – New Mexico for a special screening of Inequality For All, January 22, 2014, 3 pm, The Roundhouse, HAFC Committee Room 317.

Robert Reich – former US Secretary of Labor and progressive champion against poverty – will join us LIVE via video link for an interactive discussion as well.

Seats are limited so get yours now: