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Johnny D's Health Zone Plus

"The Healthy Choice for Healthy Lifestyles"

Southwest Florida Region

Corporations vs Workers: Robert Reich Discusses Income Inequality

How Billionaires Are Getting Rich Off Covid

Duration:  5 minutes



How Corporate Welfare Hurts You

Duration:  4 minutes

What Happened To Organized Labor?

Duration:  13 minutes



Should We Abolish Billionaires?

Duration:  5 minutes

Seven Ways 2020 Has Exposed America

Duration:  6 minutes

Robert Reich's YouTube Channel





The Minimum Wage Debate Explained  (January 22, 2021)

Duration:  13 minutes  (The final minute is a promotional ad.)

What's Wrong with Minimum Wage in America

Duration:  5 minutes

How American CEOs Got So Rich

Duration:  10 minutes

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America's Unemployment Problem (October, 2020)

Duration:  10 minutes  (The last 2 minutes are a promotional ad.)


Crash Course: Income & Wealth Inequality

Duration:  10 minutes

Crash Course: Labor Markets & Minimum Wage

Duration:  10 minutes

Rise-Up vs. Trickle-Down Economics

Duration:  2 minutes

Tom Steyer: "Tax Cuts for the Rich Are Stupid"

Duration:  3 minutes

Workers forced to train their replacements - cheaper foreign labor

Duration:  7 minutes


Former Secretary of Labor, Robert Reich is a professor of public policy at the University of California at Berkeley.

Class 1 - Social Change: Thoughts on Wealth Inequality

Duration: 16 minutes


Class 2 - Jobs & Wages vs Consumer Behavior

Duration:  22 minutes

Class 3 - Who Gets Government Help?

Duration:  10 minutes


Class 4 - What is the Purpose of Corporations?

Duration:  16 minutes

How Consumers Help the Economy

Duration:  10 minutes

Five Ways to Stop Corporations 

From Ruining the Future of Work

Duration:  6 minutes


Learn More About 

the Future of Work

Learn More About the 

Financial Health of Our Economy