Flint Community Town Hall to discuss developments in Flint water lawsuit.
The event is FREE
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A proposed settlement to resolve the Flint safe drinking water case brought by Concerned Pastors for Social Action, Flint resident Melissa Mays, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan was filed March 27, 2017 in federal court.
Significant progress was made Tuesday in the response to the Flint water crisis through a settlement being considered by a federal judge. The ACLU of Michigan are planning an event tonight to talk about details of the Flint lawsuit and to provide residents an opportunity to ask questions.
Join them and share this event invitation with Flint residents in your networks.
WHEN: Thursday, March 30, 2016
6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M
WHO: The Natural Resources Defense Council, ACLU of Michigan,Concerned Pastors for Social Action, and Water You Fighting For
WHERE: Rev. LW and Ella Owens Educational Center at the
New Jerusalem Full Gospel Baptist Church
1035 E. Carpenter Rd., Flint, MI 48505
By working to reform policies that will reduce the number of individuals who will have contact with the justice system, that protect the rights of voters, and that address what was done to the residents of Flint as a result of the state’s decision to switch the water source, we can improve the racial justice climate in our state.
What Can You Do To Take Action In Your Community? Visit the ACLU of Michigan’s ACTION PAGE!