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Wed, Jan 29, 2020
It's been nearly six years since the emergency managers of Flint, Michigan made the fateful decision to save money by changing the city's water source, and almost that long since the news of this decision and the related health effects on Flint's citizens (particularly its youngest) became a nationally recognized disaster. And yet, the city's water system is still not trustworthy.
Before her work on The Last Cruze, LaToya Ruby Frazier focused her lens on the people of Flint, and she has some thoughts on how to pull the town out of crisis. Give a listen to her recent TED Talk.