Churches Become River of Hope in Flint Water Crisis
April 21, 2016
Clean water is a basic necessity that many Americans take for granted. For two years, the people of Flint, Michigan, have known what it's like to fear the faucet as they've faced an unprecedented water crisis.
With each sip, residents like Otelia Brank take a risk.
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