How can most of us feel like we are gaining on our personal finances when all the experts say the economy has recovered from the Great Recession?  What more can we do when our Montana ethics say: “get a job” and we already have several?  What has happened to the middle class?

Inequality for All, a full-length feature film by economist Robert Reich entertains and informs while answering these very questions.  Reich, who was U.S. Secretary of Labor, is a staunch advocate of the middle class.  He believes that no country is poised to do a better job at re-starting the economy than the United States.  We did it after the Great Depression and he believes we can do it again.

“One of the best ways to help people understand the challenges we face is with a movie that can grab an audience and move them to action.  And this movie will do exactly that”~ Robert Reich

WHAT:  Full-length feature documentary film, Inequality for All, Sundance Film Festival award winner.

WHO: Sponsored by Montana Women For and Montana Organizing Project

WHEN: TWO SHOWINGS—April 8th, 7 pm; and April 15th, 7 pm.

LOCATION:  Livingston Public Library, 228 West Callender Street.