As of October 20, more than 4,500 West Africans have died from Ebola since the an outbreak began in March 2014. Critics have blamed the spread of the disease on global economic inequality and a slow international response to the epidemic.
Today in 2014, 50 years after the passage of the historic Civil Rights Act of 1964, much is still left to be done. In many ways, the battles fought in the past share similar themes with challenges we face today.
In the documentary film, Inequality for All, Robert Reich explores why the United States has so much income inequality, and why the financial gap between the rich and the poor is widening.