"Films like the one you are going to see tonight are so important because they won't let people forget what is still happening in Flint. Films like this one keep Flint's story alive and underscore that what happened in Flint isn't an isolated tragedy. It's happening all over our country to people who don't have the influence and the political power to fight back. But we will fight back, and we will not stop until every single American’s right to clean drinking water is safe and secure."
Statement from the late Congressman Elijah Cummings at the Charles Theatre screening of Flint: The Poisoning of an American City in Baltimore - October 7, 2019.
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Episode 1: "Why us? Why Now?"
Episode 2: "Whiteness"
Episode 3: "Racial Identity"
Episode 4: "Intersectionality and Disruption"