Listen, process and do your research. This is happening in Flint, but there are communities across the country where students are affected by toxic levels of lead.
“You walk the streets at night and something might happen, but you’ll probably be ok. If you drink the water, you know that’ll mess you up forever.”
The Flint educators helping students and families deal with lead poisoning hope they aren’t forgotten after the cameras are gone.
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