Flint Water: A Crisis of Democracy


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Denmark SC Water crisis

The People’s Tribune interviewed Deanna Berry from Denmark, South Carolina about the town’s water struggle. Residents say water runs brown, stains the laundry and tastes bad. Virginia Tech Scientist Marc Edwards, who helped expose the lead in Flint’s water, said it is possible residents are drinking sewage water. “There’s hundreds of people here who say they’re always sick and can’t find out why. A lot of people have kidney failure, cancers, other illnesses that may be attributed to the water,” says Deanna. Listen to her video and read the interview with her that appears in the pages of the People’s Tribune:

Bootleg of The Dayton Family – City of Lead

This video is about the water crisis in #Flint Michigan and the problems that stem from it. Please share to spread the word. We still need your support. It has been more than 3 years since our community has had clean water!

Thank you to Mayor Karen Weaver and all of the friends, family, and residents of Flint that help make this happen.

Here’s to Flint: I’m not killing anybody.

Based on the work of ACLU of Michigan investigative reporter Curt Guyette, “Here’s To Flint” is an exhaustive probe into how the city of Flint was left exposed to lead-tainted drinking water for nearly two years. Guyette broke the story of lead contamination in the Flint water supply in July when he published an EPA memo highlighting toxic-waste levels of lead in the water flowing into one Flint residence. The ACLU hired local filmmaker Kate Levy to team up with Guyette to produce the documentary.

Interactive video-based database about Detroit’s water crisis

Detroit Minds Dying

produced by Kate Levy.

Tens of thousands of families in Detroit have had their water shut off for inability to pay the skyrocketing price is growing. A movement is developing to turn the water back on.

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Claire McClinton May 2016

Break Free Midwest is an activist group demanding a just transition from fossil fuels to a sustainable future, a transition that does not harm communities already devastated by fossil fuel addiction. Protest was held in Whiting, Indiana on May 15, 2016. Visit us on or Facebook/BREAKFREEMIDWEST

Flint Water Crisis Hearing

The Joint Committee on the Flint Water Public Health Emergency held its third hearing on the #FlintWaterCrisis at the University of Michigan – Flint on March 29th, 2016. Testimony was heard from Flint residents about the poisoning, the affect on their lives and questions are raised about why no one in government is doing anything to help the people. Recorded by GMO Free News. Streamed live on Mar 29, 2016

“A Democracy Problem”: As Debate Brings Attention to Flint, a Look at the Roots of the Water Crisis


The Democratic candidates for president faced off Sunday night in Flint, Michigan, which has been in the national spotlight over the poisoning of the city’s water.

The crisis began in 2014, when an unelected emergency manager appointed by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder switched the source of the city’s drinking water from the Detroit system to the corrosive Flint River.

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Democracy NOW,”A Democracy Problem”