Flint Water Crisis

Amariyanna Copeny --- the 9-year-old girl who famously asked Barack Obama to help with the water emergency in Flint, Michigan during his presidency last year --- called out President Donald Trump for neglecting to help end the crisis as well as his immigration actions.

The state of Michigan proposed $97 million deal to replace lead pipes and provide free bottle water to residents to combat the water crisis in Flint.

It’s been three years and the long-suffering residents of Flint, Michigan are still without clean water. The fact that something as essential as drinking water is not available to Flint residents is unfathomable, especially considering that we live in the highly privileged United States. Unfortunately the current news for those living in Flint is even […]

Gov. Rick Snyder's office says the water has been tested and it meets the quality standards under the Lead and Copper Rule and Safe Drinking Water Act.

The year long report released by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission indicts not only individuals but systemic racism and offers solutions so that another Flint will never happen again.

The rapper's efforts are to curb one of the worst public health disasters in the U.S.

A federal judge rejected a brief filed by Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette in support of Flint residents Tuesday, citing that Schuette has brought up a "troubling ethical issue" in the case.

The petition asks Congress to ban Steve Bannon from the White House because of his connections to the Alt-Right movement.

It is unbelievable that the residents of Flint, Michigan are still dealing with the effects of an extreme water crisis and no permanent solution has been put in place to help the thousands of residents who continue to be without access to clean and safe water. After a ridiculous amount of time has passed since […]

Three weeks after a court demanded that the state of Michigan send bottled water to residents who are still impacted by contaminated water, state officials are still trying to fight that order.

Despite the crisis being the state's fault, officials are fighting a federal court order requiring them to provide water and information to city residents.

Michigan officials filed a court motion while they appeal the decision in a lawsuit brought by several advocacy groups.