Detroit, USA residents about water shutoffs, video


This video fom the USA says about itself:

Detroit residents speak on the resumption of water shutoffs

15 May 2015

On Monday, the city of Detroit began a new round of mass water shutoffs, threatening to stop water service for as many as ten percent of the city’s households. In this video, residents speak out against the shutoffs and discuss the connection between the attack on working-class living standards and the militarization of society.

Mass water shutoffs continue in Detroit, Michigan: here.

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