Waiting for a revolution against centralized wealth

Robert Reich, UC Berkeley’s own public policy professor who was secretary of labor in the Clinton Administration, screened his documentary, “Inequality for All,” last month in the same Wheeler Auditorium where he teaches classes. Playing to a packed and enthusiastic audience, his message that wealth is wrongly concentrated in the
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Alma mater, other matters

A few weeks ago, American author Joyce Carol Oates mused on Twitter how fascinating it was that alumni always lament the falling standards at their alma mater after they have graduated but never while they were in attendance. If this is the case, then homecoming is a charged time. It
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5 responses to Robert Reich’s AMA on Reddit

Former Secretary of Labor and current UC Berkeley public policy professor Robert Reich took to the Internet to discuss his new film, “Inequality For All.”  The new film is about the growing inequality of income, wealth and political power in the United States, but we know all UC Berkeley kids just
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Fan Huang’s Picks of the Week

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Jhumpa Lahiri will release her second novel Tuesday. Taking place in India and the United States, the story focuses on two brothers from Calcutta and their separate paths.
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AJ Kiyoizumi’s Picks of the Week

SFIFF Master Class: Making the Music Doc Rock with Lian Lunson Not many people can claim that their job is working with figures such as Leonard Cohen, Nick Cave and Willie Nelson. Australian actress-turned filmmaker Lian Lunson will speak about her unexpected and intriguing career in this master class for
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