Tag: Flint

The Agony of Flint

Brian McKenna , July 11th, 2019


Poisoned Water, Racism and the Specter of Neoliberal Fascism “Flint still doesn’t have clean water.”[1] Michelle Wolf, White House Correspondents Dinner, April 28, 2018 “Neoliberal fascism, as a…


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Piping as poison: the Flint water crisis and America’s toxic infrastructure

guestauth0r , February 1st, 2016


Over the past few decades, we have met with much success in curbing some of Americans’ exposure to lead. Yet they have struggled to contain this continuing danger…


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The Flint Water Disaster: A Perfect Storm of Downplaying, Denial, and Deceit

foodanthro , January 20th, 2016


Gregory V. Button Flint, Michigan, the city portrayed as the embodiment of a rust belt city abandoned by deindustrialization in Michael Moore’s allegorical documentary, Roger & Me, has…


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