NORTH ANDOVER — Whether you're a liberal or conservative, a left-winger or a right-winger, it's indisputable that wealth and incomes are not evenly distributed.
A few Americans are millionaires; millions are poor; and many millions more are in the middle of these two extremes.
The film "Inequality for All" will be shown in the parish hall of North Parish Church, in Old North Andover Center, at 7 tonight. Discussion will follow and refreshments will be served. The church's Social Action Council arranged for the showing of the film, made by former Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
Currently a professor of public policy at the University of California, Berkeley, Reich was on the faculty of the John F. Kennedy School of Government for 12 years before Bill Clinton, a classmate of his at Yale, named him secretary of labor.
Reich ran for governor of Massachusetts in 2002 and placed second in the Democratic primary with 25 percent of the votes. Then-state Treasurer Shannon O'Brien won the nomination with nearly 33 percent but lost to Mitt Romney in the general election.
People across the country will be viewing the film, according to a notice sent out by the Social Action Council. To find out more about the film, visit inequalityforall.com. Those who wish to see "Inequality for All" are advised to enter through the side door on Great Pond Road.