The North Carolina Moral Movies Film Series draws to a close this month with screenings of the acclaimed documentary, Inequality for All. The film features Robert Reich – professor, best-selling author, and Clinton cabinet member – as he demonstrates how the widening income gap has a devastating impact on the American economy. As Alexandra Sirota, Director of the NC Budget and Tax Center explains, “North Carolina, like the nation, is seeing increased barriers for too many to get ahead. Inequality for All provides the important context for this experience and makes it clear that policy choices have built these barriers rather than a smoother path to a strong middle class.”

Screenings in nine cities across the state will begin on July 22nd. These interactive events will spotlight the threat of income inequality on the viability of the workforce in North Carolina and will involve audiences in dialogue and action to address economic inequality.

Join us for Inequality for All this month or tell your friends in North Carolina!


Winston Salem: Tuesday July 22nd, 6pm
Green Street United Methodist Church, 639 S Green St, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Local hosts: Scholars for NC’s Future, Forsyth County Association of Educators, The Ministers Conference of Winston Salem.

Fayetteville: Tuesday July 22nd, 6pm
The Main Library, 300 Maiden Lane, Fayetteville, NC, 28301.
Local hosts: Fayetteville NAACP, FAyetteville N.O.W, Cumberland County Progressives, Fayetteville A. Philip Randolph Institute, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fayetteville, Fayetteville-Cumberland Black Leadership Caucus, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1208.

Asheville: Friday July 25th, 7pm
Ferguson Auditorium at AB Tech, 340 Victoria Rd. Asheville NC 28801
Local hosts: The Mountain People’s Assembly

Greenville: Tuesday July 29th, 7pm
Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 131 Oakmont Dr. Greenville, NC 27858
Local hosts: The Pitt County NAACP

Raleigh:  Tuesday, July 29th 7pm
Community UCC, 814 Dixie Trail, Raleigh, NC 27607
Local hosts: Action NC, The Raleigh-Apex NAACP, The Raleigh-Apex NAACP Youth.

Durham: Thursday July 31st, 6:30pm
Durham County Public Library Auditorium, 300 N Roxboro St. Durham, NC 27701
Local hosts: The Durham People’s Alliance

Greensboro: Thursday, July 31st, 7pm
Central Library Nussbaum Room, 219 N Church St. Greensboro, NC 27405
Local hosts: The Beloved Community Center

Wilmington: Thursday, July 31st, 7pm
Cameron Art Museum, 3201 S. 17th St. Wilmington, NC 28412
Local hosts: The Black Arts Alliance, The NHC NAACP

Charlotte: Thursday, July 31st, 7pm 
Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte 234 N Sharon Amity Rd, Charlotte, NC, 28211
Local hosts: Move to Amend – Charlotte, Action NC, NCAE Charlotte.

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