MLK Commemorative Film Series: Poisoned Water
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Join the MSU Libraries and WKAR on virtual screenings and conversations featuring films focusing on public health, bringing together leading MSU experts and community members to watch and discuss a range of historic and contemporary films. Check the information below for each of the films and to register.
Co-sponsors: Division of Public Health / College of Human Medicine, James Madison College. Department of African American and African Studies.
Hosted by WKAR with panelists Susan Stein-Roggenbuck, Ph.D.; Mieka J. Smart, DrPH, MHS; LeConté Dill, Ph.D. Erik Ponder, MSU Libraries, is the moderator.
From NOVA on PBS, "Poisoned Water" investigates what happened in Flint, Michigan when local officials changed the city's water source to save money, but overlooked a critical treatment process and exposed the community-including thousands of children-to dangerous levels of poison. Is there a way forward from chaos to community? Join the conversation as MSU Libraries and WKAR present the final installment in this MLK commemorative film series for 2022.