Just when you think things are starting to look up for the city of Flint, another huge obstacle gets in the way of residents trying to rebuild their lives following the devastating and long-standing water crisis. It has just been announced that Michigan officials have decided to end the bottled water delivery that had been […]
Celebrities often make headlines for what projects they’re working on, what’s going on in their love lives and what they’re wearing on the red carpet, so it’s nice when they’re in the news for doing something to help others—and Will Smith and his son Jaden are helping out in a big way. The Root is […]
Snoop Dogg will headline the "Hoop 4 Water" celebrity basketball game on May 20 to raise much-needed funds for the Flint water crisis.
More than a year after news of the water crisis broke, the people of Flint, Michigan are still waiting for a permanent solution. They are one step closer to getting it after the U.S. Senate approved $170 million in funds to help begin the rebuilding process on Monday.
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.
Mari Copeny, darlingly dubbed, Little Miss Flint, models this new collection where all of the proceeds are going to support Flint, Michigan.
Flint residents have taken to social media to expose their latest plight which is the need for I.D. in order to receive free bottled water
Yet, officials continue to deny any wrongdoing or neglect in the poisoning of this mostly Black and poor city.
Judge Greg Mathis will host a special forum in Flint, Michigan to address residents legal rights during the water crisis
Calling it "outrageous" that Flint residents are being forced to pay for water that is unsafe to drink, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette said Monday that his office may take steps to halt the charges, reports NBC News.
Detroit school teachers are facing a lawsuit from their school district for protesting deplorable working conditions.