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A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City (Flint, MI)
The book chronicles the Flint Water Crisis and its impact on local residents, especially children. The panel will examine three key aspects of the water crisis.
Michigan Humanities Council choice for the 2019-20 Great Michigan Read
Location: Portage Lake District Public Library Community Room, Houghton
Cost: FREE. Open to the community
4:30-6:30 pm, Wednesday, January 29
4:30 pm – Taking it Back to the Classroom: Pipe Corrosion, Pollution Dilution, Drinking Water on Tap, Fruitvale Investigation of Groundwater Contamination, and Water Treatment
5:30 pm – Investigate surface and ground water quality online:
6:00 pm – Planning and Collaboration
6:25 pm - Complete evaluation form.
6:30 pm - Workshop ends
Co-sponsored by the Michigan Tech Center for Science and Environmental Outreach, Western UP MiSTEM Network, and the Lake Superior Stewardship Initiative with funding from the Michigan Humanities Council.
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