Flint, USA poisoned water scandal continues


This video from the USA says about itself:

Corporate Media Is LYING: Flint Water Crisis Not Over

12 October 2017

TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton spoke with Bruce Stiers, a Flint resident, about the ongoing water crisis.

This video from the USA says about itself:

Flint’s Water Crisis Is Also A Poverty Crisis

13 October 2017

TYT Politics Reporter Jordan Chariton spoke to Bruce Stiers, a Flint resident who has been active in speaking out in the midst of the Flint water crisis.

On October 21 hundreds of Flint, Michigan residents attended the premiere of the Lifetime television network movie Flint, screened at the Whiting, a performing arts venue in the city 65 miles north of Detroit: here.

A key former water plant operator for the city of Flint, Michigan recently gave pretrial testimony that city and state officials pushed through the water supply switch, which resulted in at least a dozen fatalities and poisoning up to 100,000 others—knowing that the treatment facilities were woefully inadequate: here.

HUFFPOST OPINION: ‘DON’T FORGET ABOUT FLINT, MICHIGAN’ It’s been over 1,440 days since the city had clean water. [HuffPost]

An audience composed largely of Flint residents gave a warm reception to a showing March 29 of Nor Any Drop to Drink, a new documentary on the ongoing water crisis in Flint, Michigan.The film covers a broader timeline than other productions on the water crisis, spanning the period from the lead-up to the decision by the state to sever the city from its longstanding water source to the present. It has been more than four years since the disastrous decision to begin drawing water from the polluted Flint River: here.

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