Flint’s residents have lived without clean tap water for far too long. And in the middle of a global pandemic, it’s downright unconscionable.
Global public health experts stress the importance of handwashing during the pandemic, but that’s not an option for everyone. For the people of Flint, Michigan, access to safe, clean, affordable water is as critical now as when the crisis began.
And their tireless organizing for justice has only intensified in recent months. In coalition with Corporate Accountability and other water justice allies around the country, the activists at Flint Rising worked hard to secure temporary relief at the state level to prevent water shutoffs in the middle of a pandemic while continuing to demand comprehensive federal action.
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More than six years later, the people of Flint STILL don’t have clean water.
The state officials and corporations that played a role in the crisis have not been held accountable, despite the fact that they knew that Flint residents were at risk of being exposed to unsafe water months before the information became public.
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It’s far past time for the people of Flint to have clean and affordable water again. Make your gift now and half of it will go to Flint Rising to support their ongoing organizing for water justice, and the other half will power Corporate Accountability’s campaign for the human right to water around the globe.