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I Grew Up in Flint. Here’s Why Governor Synder Must Resign.


BY ART REYES III    January 27, 2016 This post originally appeared at TalkPoverty.org. Growing up in a slew of apartment complexes and trailer parks in and around Flint, Michigan, I developed a peculiar habit. I would stand on the linoleum floor of our kitchen with the telephone pressed against my face, counting. I was counting how long it […]


Michigan’s Water Problems Should Be a Wake-up Call to America


BY WILL EBERLE When the water started turning brownish-black, residents of Flint, Michigan knew they had a problem. But it would take months before they learned the truth; a truth which should serve as a wake-up call to communities across America. And just this week, Flint’s newly-elected mayor Karen Weaver declared a state of emergency […]

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