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Wed Dec 23, 2015, 03:11 PM Dec 2015

Exclusive Interview: Flint, Michigan Water Activist Melissa Mays Visits IU Radio LIVE

"In follow up to Independent Underground News & Talk's widely shared Op/Ed piece on December 21 titled "Flint Toxic Water Situation Is Not New, It's Criminal, It's Past Time for Accountability", Flint, Michigan Clean Water Activist Melissa Mays of the organization "Water You Fighting For?" is scheduled to visit Independent Underground Radio LIVE's podcast December 22 at 9pm ET.

Mays advocacy efforts to demand clean, drinkable water for Flint, Michigan residents displays the actions citizens should take to redress grievances against governmental entities seeking to promote corruption - as in the case of Flint's Toxic Lead Filled Water crisis - recently detailed by The Washington Post.

Prior to starting the organization "Water You Fighting For" in early 2015, Mays and family members were personally impacted by Flint's tainted water - suffering from high levels of lead in their blood and a litany of other health related elements due to drinking the City's Toxic Water.

As a long-term resident of the former "Buick City", Mays and fellow community members took complaints into action, contacting Legal Clerk and Environment Activist Erin Brockovich and Renowned Environment Researcher Marc Edwards to reveal the truth on Mid-Michigan's largest city water situation.

Listen to Melissa Mays story from the organization "Water You Fighting For" exclusively on Independent Underground Radio LIVE - "Detroit's Voice of Progress" podcast on December 22 ON-DEMAND.

Listen to the ON-DEMAND Interview Anytime At This Link: http://www.reachoutjobsearch.com/2015/12/exclusive-interview-flint-michigan.html#ixzz3vAiu6Y7D
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Exclusive Interview: Flint, Michigan Water Activist Melissa Mays Visits IU Radio LIVE (Original Post) LovingA2andMI Dec 2015 OP
Governor and staff should be indicted criminally. randys1 Dec 2015 #1
Yes, he should!!! LovingA2andMI Dec 2015 #2
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