Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Inequality for All is an inspirational, information-packed, and often funny documentary featuring former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich that aims to raise awareness about the widening inequality gap in America going back to the Depression but largely focused on the 1970s to today. It's conversational and easy to grasp, with lots of simple graphs and charts, but it's likely too sophisticated for young kids or those unfamiliar with basic concepts of money or the economy, much less national wealth distribution. There's some brief footage of protests, civil unrest, arrests, and police poking or pushing back protesters using their batons. Profanity includes "pain in the ass" and "hell."
Some brief footage of protests, civil unrest, arrests, and police poking or pushing back protesters using their batons.
"Pain in the ass," "hell."
Political engagement; compassion; awareness of current events; activist spirit; understanding legal system; holding politicians and leaders accountable.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Brief footage of cigarette smoking.