A continuing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is shattering the perception that only residents of poor countries are denied access to this basic human right.
Rewire spoke with Timothy Collins to get the insider story about why he decided to investigate this matter—and what the findings may mean for the future of environmental justice.
People often stay due to lack of money, the difficulty of traveling while disabled, language barriers, and fear of job loss—even when weather stops almost all business.
The painting is the first piece of public art in Duluth for and by indigenous people, according to AICHO Arts and Cultural Program Coordinator Moira Villiard.
"The problem is that kids are leaving and not coming back."